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VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS ^ ^~^ 
IV ^'■.^ -CF THE REVOLUTION .WAR OP 
181^ and IJJDIAN WARS . 



volume two 



LUCY MTE MCGHEE 

BOX 6183- Apex Station 

WASHINGTON 4- D. G, 



lSl384i 

FROi 
LI'^T OF SOLJir.i PEKSIGiNf'KS 

A.O ..U ff R OF PEaSIO.J, 

M WHICH IT :.':AY 3E FJU;<0: 

dALL, Javio 3 37730, paGF 99 

OAlLFY, ■\sSOLF 3 3770<i, P ^9-101 

AbRaha 3lo3ig f 3l 
[ILISHA i> bo .baa^ i. Haknah 
HenRV 3vi053 t^ 105 

J ALL A 3 KiS^^? r- 5* 

ISHA- 3 ic:9u;3 H 104 

OAlL'^Y 0« OALE 

ISHt.'.AtL .577: .' lOl 

OA .ES i. -JO.'H I A P 3l 
HI S C'lJIG <i5+„ 

oA ES p 107 3oo77 

OA.FS 3 «:94b, r^ I 10 
j>.H.< OH I o 3i^7<i p bw 
JOHii P 37 .Ci93L)4 

.^377 P 64-55 
JOSEPH P d£. LA.D v.T 17568 
ORIG 4-3oj 

t ANOAH r<30l P I Ob 

•ahTin p 109 i-i394 

6.5ySA« AM ^ALEY ;.; uiAlLEY 

ROSES P 3d Slo526 

i-.OAH OAYLCY p 106 S65b6 

.■\iAM:Y V/00 ..I-' LlISHA civ/il .;a« 

4.7iil5 JFKT 535, 33y 
PETER P 91 S<il6l3 P 93 
I-'HILIP 33it,j 1^ 9<^ 

Richard 3 303+1 p 39 tJO 

KI0H*RU :^3t57 

3TE;?Hes ^' o3 ""i":' 
joujy T 253 i- si 
Tuof/AS f iia s2io<i7 
T;+u-a3 3U->34 p 95 



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AD PAGE i\,U.-BF« IN THIS BOOK 

BaILFY j-k bAYLFY OK 3aLFY aETI . 
..ILLlAf. L ODOUAKuARrr P 60 
•ILLIAK- P 70 ZTBI 1439* 

■ ILL I A. .'5773 p 78 

..f..= J S44342 H 83 

J. 3aRah 5777 H o4 

..:: PA OF 79 3 ^^b'-i 

..'.. te Cmily ri373 p 80 

JlLLB.;, bEt^OA.iw 3 83^9 
.-.•■ ILL ON PauE ^ 

" HF: rtY 3 45391 p 2-3-6 P 7 

EuoA. KS, oO-i, d CLliiA.-FTH ■.7293 / 
F0«o ,El I 2A .ETH.^7-3- (.77295 ) 

OA FS 33367 PA E 1 2 
jAKf^.uAr^AM H 69 S 1820 

Tho -a'-' S338a p 70-71 
GRISHA , JOh;. p i4 32790 

HOLLOWAY, James R20332 p 29 

HORN, Aaron R5226 p 39-4i 

Christopher &Elizab'^eth W664 
page 4i 

George S4407 p 38 

Matthias &Susan WiOiiO p 35 

Ralph R S38046 p 34 

Jeremiah & (\(,aRy V\/3555 p 3i- 
k 33 

JOHN & Nancy orig 33777 p 26 

EdwaRD & Nancy wt i0682 



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FOR FRONT PAGE Or VOL 2 Va PENSIONS 

HOWAWD, Benjamin h 96 R5273 
Jackson, Join & KaThaRIne W3425 p i5 
jOiMES, HakrISow 3 25603 p 72-73 
Wm & MiLLY P 72 LA.'-D WT 11950 

LEONARD, John &- Edy 'vVl625 p 30 
LONGEST, Richard p l3 S33I49 
JOHN R6433 p 1 3 

WARTliM, beNJAMiN p 6i R6936 

An.va 

OEM J Aft/' IN 6t i\iANC (■ R6955 P 63 

AZaRIAH L LUCY Vi(554- P 64 

David p 65 ft6939 

Elizabeth for.oer woo of 
John archer W5346 p 65 

ADAM & IvaRy R696I p 66 
NEWSOtwiE, V/M S5308 

William S46i2 p 68 

POPE, iViATTHEW 19 Rl7l52 

Thomas a ChaRlotte R832» 
PAGES 2 1 TO 23 

John p 24 SOrig 3382 &i245l 

Thomas S3j3Iu p 25 

PORTER, fviARGARET «8348 p 80 

REEVES, '*Vt., S 176^5 p l7 
SCARoORCMuH, vJ.h . - >6 So52g3 
SHAFFER, Freoehic.. i j Idbtl 

SIZB/iOHE, EphRaI;/. R 96^:5 ,- i J3 

VALEiNiTllME, Abraham 43 Nc 8219 

8ENJAV.IN 24184 p 43 (ic3l2) 

Cha!<lfs wt i5i 6b p 44 



VALENTINE, Rebecca wt i5ia6 p 45 

bEuK'GE P 46 I8l2 WAR 

JOHN 6c ^'iARY p 47 Rl082l P 48 

Jacob R i8627 

Jacob p 49 no papers 

Edward p 49 Rl8626 

David S 9502 p 50 

LUKE S6299 p 5l colored person 

J OS I ah R 18625 p 52 
WILLIAMS, Richard Rii6i4 p 74 
WILSON, James p 74-75 RM659 

Win. I AM Rn536 p 75 
WINDLE, JOHN Rl 1702 p 76 
WINFIELD, .Vw Rl I7l5 p 77 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS 



Page I. 



BENJAMIN DILLEN S 8329 of Virginia Service 
or Dillon 

He is the only Benjamin Dillon or Dillon found 

on file in the Revolutionary War records of the Pension 

Office. He was born January* 18,. 1755 in Pittsylvania 

County (that part which later was Henry County) Virginia 

His father was living during the Revolution, but names of 

parents arc not stated. While residing in Henry Co Va, 

Benjamin Dillen served from the first March 1779, three months 

as private in Capt John Salmon's company. Col Abraham Penn's 

Virginia regiment, and served from the 1st day of March 1730 

six months in Capt John Salmon's company. Colonel Abraham 

Penn's regiient. During this service he was guarding the 

sirsenal and magazine in Henry County Court Recuse ,, Virginia. 

Benjamin Dillen moved from Virginia in 1796 to 

Rockingham County Nrth C&jrolina, in 1801, moved to Guilford 

County North Carolina and in 1826 to Davidson County Nc rth 

Carolina. He was allov/od pension on his application executed 

August 14, 1833, then living in Davidson County North Carolina. 

He died April 14, 1833 leaving a widow. Her name is not stated 

and there is no further reference to his family. 

_ _- _« ;i/ould the reader like a copy of the final a payment 

papers which might shcv; her named. 



VIRGINIA SERVICn, ?iuI^-SIONS PAGE 2. 

HENRY DILLEN S 45891 of Virginia Service 

STATE OP T£;w.:TESSEE: FENTRESS COUNTY. Be it known 
that on the 18th July 1835 before the subscriber a Justice of 
Peace for said counts'-, personally appeared Judy French 
an old lady with whom I am personally acquainted a resident 
Citizen of Fentress County Tenn and a woman of an undou ted 
varasity and after being first duly sworn according to law 
for that purpose doth on her oath make the following affidavit, 
viz, that she -.vos personally acquainted with HENRY DILLEN 
who now resides in O'.'JiRTON COUNTS TEN ESEE when he lived in 
HENRY COUNTY VIRjI: T.-. about 60 years ago and rocoliects it 
was said in sometime of t.^o y/ar that said Henry Dillen was 
in the army and heard of him returning home (saw him shortly 
after 3hG understood he had got home thinks ho was gone two 
terms one (she has always understood to be under Capt Parteet 
(I think this name is Poteet instead of Parteet) does not 
^•0 collect any particular;^ event not thinking of being called 
on to strte concerning the same, she however, positively 
knows thr.t he was always spokon of as having been a soldier 
of the Revolution .vnd has but littlo doubt that ho ser" od 
as he strtcs f r she unhesitatingly states that he was a^ 
respectable a man as belonged to the county of Honry and was 
believed to be a Tian of as mucli truth and honesty as any man 
and that she has also boon a cquaintcd with him in OVERTON 
COUNTY TEl'. and still entertains the same opinion which 
opinion is founded on public (scntiruents and as to his service 
it was much spoken of thL^t she has no hesitation in 
stating that it was his general character both in Honry 



PAGE. 2 -^-.^ 
VIRGINIA SERVICE PENSION 
continued: Henry Dillen S 45891 Va service 

Virginia and Overton Co Tenn. signed Judy French 
•?:";h. Again October 12 1838 in Fi.\'TRESS CO TENN 

before the subscribing justice of peace in and for said 

county pers. n' My appeared Robert A. Dabney esquire, with 

whom I am per:, .nally acquianted a man :f good character and 

verasity and oem,^- duly sworn for that purpose doth on his 

oath make the fc.-. , ag affidavit* "That he is not 

personally acquaintod v.ritli '' r-. Dillon the applicant for a 

pension whom he understands h- s lately applied but that 

ho is well acquainted with said applicant's general fi«feaa? 

c aractc-r having had an acquaintance with the son of said 

Henry Dillon for many years, namely JACOB DILLEN ES<icIrE 

an attorney at law, having boon a ccuatomed to attend court 

with said Jacob Dillen many years, th:.t said Jacob Dillen 

spoke of his father the said Henry Dillen as being a 

Revolutionary soldier from Henry County Va, and at one time 

told him th- 1 if iuE his father avor did an-ly for a pension 

he wished hiin t _;• transact the business but said ho did not 

wish him to a;- l;/ because he c-nsidurod himself able to 

support him, hi-::solf and that perhaps people would conclude 

that he was n.t w'... ' ag to maintain him, this is the substance 

however of his said stoto-cnts to affiant as ho states ho affir. 

affiant states that he rcc lloct of said Jocob spoaking of his 

said father serving against the II^IDIANS and of his father 

serving at YORp: in Virginia and witness well rec-llccts to 

have been in possession of the Idea for four or five years 

past tho,t said Henry Dillon of Overton C.,. lonn could obtain 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS ^**^^ * 

HENRY DILLEN S 45891 continued: 

a pension if he would apply having often heard other Respect 

-able persons state the same opinion; that Henry Dillen 
was of good character and reputation as a Revolutionary 
soldier is undoubted so far as witness information extends, 

which 13 esitensivo, even tho not personally acquainted with 

him but from cl-rrac'-er only said Henry Dillen the applicant 

as being as report says, a notable man, and that said 

JACOB DILLEN son of said fionr: the applicant for a 

pension is dead, ; t at ho has written this ap -lication 

himself all but the caption, st tnc request of James L. 

Kennedy, Esquire, who informs him that he is tho agent of 

apolicant. Signed Robert A. Dabnoy, before Gcorgo A Brock 

J. P. 
-4S-* -;<■ •«■ -5* The application roads as follows: 

O^-ERTON COUNTY TENi.ESSEE July 5, 1833 (1838) 

personally appo red Henry Dillen before C D Parris an 

acting J P stot'is he entered service about Ist Aug 1779? 

by volunteering under Crpt Hart in the Lloutonant and ensign 

was both of f:.o soj::C name and was BROTHERS as well as he n 

now recollocts cod v/as commanded by General Christia, 

marched down i.. .-.STON RIVER to the Long Island Crossing the 

river at that place; thence to French Broad River and 

crossing the same thence to Tennessee river at the BIG 

ISLAI>iD TOM in ppeaejafe pursuit of the INDIANS v/as 

stationed at that place for a considerable time but the 

Indians having evacuated we had no engagement was marched 

back to the LONG ISLAND on HOLSTON RIVER and roccivod 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS ^^^^ ^ 

HENRY DILLEN S 45891 continuod 

a written discr.rrge from Gapt I'iartin having pe rf or ed five 
months and a St days service then returned home to Henry Co 
Va where he started from atltho it was then called 
PITTSYLVMIA CO VA, the lines having since been altered, 
remained at homo from his return until perhaps July 1781 
at vAiich time according to the number ho stood on tho muster 
rolls was called on to go under C^pt Porteet and according 
v/ent dees not at this time rccal.. tbc na.r.e of ± other company 
officers was cora anded and led on by Major Yvaller his sergeant 
Major was by tho narm of IVilliam Ma:-.er; marched through 
Peter sburgh, th :.-c. to Crbbin Point; thence to Swans Point 
on Jrmes River opp^cite to Ja-iostown was there promoted to 
the cffic'j of 2-ni Sergoar.t cf t'ro company, ov/ing to that 
offic-.rs becoming vacant fr m tLe.t officers leaving tho line, 
from that wo nir.rched to V/illianisburgh, thence to Little York 

and was at the SoarzL, '^-f York, remained at that place for some 
ti-r.o, was takexi sick at that place and ronained sick for a 
considerable tine, was again verbally discharged by Gapt Porteet 
Porteet, ha/ing perfoncod a three mocths tour of duty, returned 
homo again to Henry Co Va, where he ronained until 1811 
when he ro:.:ovod to 0..£,RTON CO TEN-: v/here ho has remained 
over since hos been frequently spoken t^ by lawyers and b 
business men cb.:ut his drawing a pension and felt inclined 
tc do so but having lost his companion and dovidcd his 
property among his c.-.ildren and one of his sons falT-^S heir 
to the plantation whereon ho lived agrcef to t-^^ care of 



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VIRGINIA F:iNSIONS 

HEKRY DILi^IT S 45891 Va Service continued 



take care of and support his father and so was opposed to 
drav/iir' a -tension in 
him as ewaiHg-e his life time but in the fall 

of 1855 his son sicknened c^ad died, he jras has been 

consulting his own mind since tnat time, has becorae 

needy and finally concluded to fortard his claim and not 

being able to attend court from old ago and bodily infirmity 

it is most convenient to havo tho business transacted 

Defer e Jisqaire Pcrris. (raentioned receiving his discharge 

at tho LONG ISLAND from MARTIN. He vjes age 76 in 1838 

when he applied July 5. 
His pension certificate is dated Jan 25 1841 aiid paid 

at tnc i'Jashvillc A;2,cncy. 



VIRGINIA PEKSIONS p^^^ ^ 

EUBAN::'S, John (ELIZABETH FOGG (former widow) W 7298 

Continental Virginia service. Jo n Eubank was born and 

raised in C^rcline County Virginia. He enlisted February 

1776 served mder I.iajor Thomas Hill in the 7th Virginia 

Regiment, ric reenlisted Dec 1777, served one year and six 

months as a priv ; in CaPt Belfield's company. Col Bland's 

first Rfcgimsnt of Light Dr^ n -,3 and was discharged as a G 

Corporal, from thr, t regimont then commanded by Colonel Anthony 

married 
Anthony V^hite Jon 1 1780. Ro /aiisfeed April 26, 1783 in 

King and Queen Co, Va, Elizabeth Tigner and he died 

September 25, 1797 They had children, only narr.es stated, 

being MLLIAJv! born Jan 1 1790 (ho had a son Alfred) 

John born Dec 8 1793 and James Born Nov 1 is? 1795. 

The widow Elizabeth married Thomas Fogg, who died 
September 4, 1828, She was allowed pension as the former 
widow of JOHN EUBAIn;K, on hor application executed Jan 2, 
1844, while living xn KING AND QUEEN COUNTY VA ago 75. 

It doc 3 not appear that bounty land was allov;cd by 
the U S on c.c.oou'.t of Ms service, but it is stated in tMs 
claim tUnat land .... allovi^ed Mm by the state of Va. 
A note in the files says; "Yo.> should apply to the State 
Library at Richmond Va for data relative to said la.d. 
John Eubank from the papers in pension claim W 19232 enlist- 
ed Spring of 1776, scr ed two years as a private in Capt 
John Brant's Co Col Lawson's 4th Va Regiment 

Later ho served in the ivlilitia, officers not named and ho 
was engaged in the battle of Guilford. 

Ho married Jan 25, 1783 Sarah daughter of Gostavus 

Hondrick, of Charlotte Co 7a and he died 1790. 



Page 8 
VIRGINIA PENSIONS 
JOHM EUBANKS (Elizabeth Fogg former widow W 7298) 

She was alloxved pension on her apolicction executed Aug 11, 

1838, while living in Lunenburg Co Vg , a'je about 80. 

Tnej'- had a son John who died 1862 leaving two sons, 

111 1 liar. H and John T iiubank. 

From the papers in tine pension Claim R 3373 it appears 
that Katharine n;ubank applied for pension 4-9-1845, while 
living in J?IONRO£, COm^Til Ti:.KESSEE age 80 and al eged that 
her husband John Rucank enlisted in King and Q,aeen Co Va i 
in 1776, was a private in the Vai line, and served until after 
the surrender of Gcrnwallls. Ka.nes of officers not stated. 

She also stated that tho v/ero married in King and ^ueen 
Co Va su' mer of 1784, and tnnt he died in Guilford Co N C 
about 35 years prior to 1845, date not stated. 
The- had a son in li'Iississippi in 1845, na.ne not on record 
Ker claim was not allowed , as she failed to furnish proof 
of service and date of marriage, as required by the pension 
laws . 



Page -2 ''*« '9 

VIRGINIA PEFSIOi.'S - JOffi.' LONGEST # R 6435 Virginia 

Service 

DISTRICT OP VIRGINIA: On this 5th August 1822 personally 

appeared in open court, in Hei.r' :. -o Va, Jonn Longest, agB- -67 

and states he enlisted for two ye?rs, September 1775 in 

King and Queen County, Virginia, under Capt John Sears, in a 

regiment under Col Patrick Henry In tehe lir,^ of the State of Va 

on U S Co: tinental establishment, and continued to serv^ in saJri 

corps- and was dischr^ed from service at Valley P^rge - that he 

was in the battles of V^ite Plains, Trenton, Brandywine, 

Germantown and Red Bank, and thnt he has no other evidence, now 

in his pov;er of his said service except wte t is hereto 

annexed. And, in pursuant of the i^ct of the 1st May 1820, I 

do solemnly swecr thct I was a resident citizen of the U S 

on 18th uarch 1818 ar.d that I havo not, sines that time by gift. 

sale or any manrer disposed of my property, with interest thereb; 

-by go to deminish it as to bring myself wit in the provisions 

of an act of Congress, cntitlod, -i:!-! act to provide for certain 

persons, engaged in the land and naval service of the U S in t he 

Revolutionary war, passed 18th March 1813, and that I have not 

now nor has any person in trust for me, any prope rty of socuritiof 

contracts or debts, duo to me, nor havo I any income *he other 

than viaat is contained in the schedule hereto annexed and by me 

subscribed. That he has no real estate and that his personal 

estate is as follows: ilecessary bedding and clothing. 

one Slave age 40, some cattle and etc. he has Pour daughters 

living with him, the youngest age 16, one them entirely helpless 

and that he stands in need of assistance from his country for 

support. Signed Aug 5, 1822. in nice legible hand writing 

John Longest 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS 

Pace ., 10 

JOHN LONGEST continued, R 6433 " '^' .^ 

Tills day personally ao eared before me a J P for Henrico C^ 

Va, 'Riomas Collins Senior and states that John Longest of Hsh 

Henrico c'' Va enlisted in the Continental service during the 

Vfar of the Revolution in the company commanded by Capt John 

Sears, afterwards co-aanded by Capt Laws on v/hich said company 

was attached to the lat Va regiment, commanded by Colo Patrick 

Henry and afterwards by Colo Rcr,d which fitg- regiment belonged 

brigade commanded b^r Gcnl kuhlenburg,. and that said Longest 

served as a private during the term of two years and six 

months and was dischaigedby Gen Muhlonburg, at Valley Forge 

Sigba 2 July 1822 by fi S 6 PauntlRoy Jr.- signed this in 

King and i^uoen Co Va. 
■K- -X- *- -xs«- a- * a- -X- -^ 

JiUviES FOGG OP VIRGINIA SERVICE S 3367 

DECLARATION FOR PENSION 

ST^TE OP VIRGINIA COUNTY OP KING AaD Q,tjEEN. On 6th August 

1833, age 81 in order to obtain pension under the i.ct of 

June 7 1832. itatos z that ho entered service of the United 

States as sergeant in the early port of the year 

1779 J that by ord - received from Col to Lyno of said county 

he marched from Dunkirk in s'';id county under command of said 

Captain John Pollard so .^etin.o in early part of year 1779, 

to V.llliaxrisburg, whijro thej' remained in garrison one month 

thence ordered tc Little York to which they marched and 

continued two months, he was dlschar;:.ed here and returned home 

having served three months. ^ He was called out again in a 

'.ery short time and marched to the Hickory Neck Church in 

New Kent County, where ho remained ten or 12 days, the 



JAi>£S POSG (Pogg) continued S 3367 " ' 

precise time not p-ow recollected; from thence they were 
marched to l/illllamsburg. Col \te Lyon? conmanding the regiment 
at ".Villiamsburg, ho remained In Garrison ten months under Col 
Tom iviatthew, he received orders again in about a fortnight 
or three weeks from Col Lyne to march to Now Castle in 
Hanover Co and was in about a fortnight or 3 weeks after 
he was dischcirged and whilst the enemy was in Richmond 
, to this place he marched under Capt Philip Pendleton, who 
was then the ccr.riiander of his company, remained at that said 
place at NewCastio, a short time but docs not recollect how 
long, from thence ho was mi rched to Holts Ferry and from 
thence jox to Hubards Old Piolds in Gloucester Co in this tern- 
he was in service one Month, and 15 days and this term was 
performed at the tj.me of Gate's defeat. He was again orderd 
and sometime in July 1781 and marched to Woods ordinary in 
county of Gloucester, under Capt Philip Pendleton and was 
continued in service at that place until the surrender of 
Lord Cornwallis at York Town, and was stationed on the 
Gloucester side of Little Y^rk as the time cf his surrender 
Col Ton? Monroe comnandding , after the surrender of Lord 
Corr:walli3, himself and Capt Sarauel Hoskins and some thtcrs 
were appointed as guard to Guard a parcel of prisoners to 
Predericksburg and deliver them to Gen Wooden, this vms in 
fall of 1781. - n-- states that himself and ono David Dunbar? 
after they v/ore discharsed fr.-n this tour (his 3rd ) 

received orders from Col Lyne to go and press horses for the 
use of the army, in which office he continued one month and 
a half . HE WAS BORN IN THE COUNTY OF CAROLINE: STATE OF VA 
1751 and has a record of his age, in his possession 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS * 

JAfclES FOGG S 3367 Virginia Ser\iGe continued; 
was a resident of said county of >g and Queen when called 
into service and has been a resident of said county ever since. 
He was drafted into service. He received the following regular 

officers who were with the troops when he served Col Holt 

Richardson, C„l Tom i/iatthows and Gen Van Nelson 

affidavit made by P Fogg 1333 Sept 20 

(Frederick Fogg) made in King and ^ueen Co Vc age 70 

and that James Fogg received a commission as a Lieutenant 

sometime during this war. 



— - Pago 13 

VIRGINIA SERVICi: 

RICHARD LONGEST S 38149 
He enlisted 1775, the place not stated, served as a private 
in Gapt John Sears company. Col Patrick Henry's Ist Va regiment, 
and in capt Guttridge (possibly meant for Goodrich) Crump's 
company. Col Read's "'-rt Va regiment, was ± in the battles of 
Brandywine and Germs acnvn and was discharged in spring of 1778 
length of service two yecrs and four months. 

He was allowed pension on his application executed May 4 
181B, at which time ho resided in King and Queen Co Va. The aeilt 
soldier gave his age then as 60 years but in 1820 gave his aae 
as 65, the d.nte and place of his birth and the names of 
his parents are not shown. He died Apr 20 1326. One James 
Longest was administrator of the soldier's estate, no relations- 
hip to the soldier stated. In 1820 Richard Longest stated that 
his family consisted of tv/o persons, namely, his wife, Elizabeth 
age about 55 and his step daughter Elizabeth age about 15 years 
Tbe date and placo of Richard Longest 's marriage to said Elizabeth 
and her maiden ncnyj are not shoivn. In 1849 the soldier's son 
Richard Longest, -■ 6 2 inq.iry regarding his father's pension 
through one, 3. Sauno.ra,, of Carlton's store. King and Queen ■,. 

Go Va. There ar-o no further dctc: rogarding family of Richard 
Longest, the pensioner 



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VIRGINIA PiiNSIONS 

JOmJ GRISHAia OP VA SiiR.ICE S 3790 

HE WAS BORi'i IvIARCH 14, 1761 In Culpepper County Virginia 

and when a small boy his father moved to Henry County Va 

The names of his parents are not stated. VVhile residing in 

Henry Co Va exillsted and served as a private with the Virginia 

troops, as ?■ follows; Prom sometime in April 1779 three weeks 

in Capt Hanian Cright's company. Col Henry Lines' regiment and 

wasout in pursuit o.. Tories in "tho Hollow of the Yadkin" 

about one month lator, 3 mont-.s in C; pt Lifas Shelton's company 

of ca-alry, scouting through the country to suppress the Tories 

from sonctime in Feb 1730 throe weeks in Capt Cright's company 

Col Jsiios Lyon's regiment; later to guardthe baggage wagons 

sent to tho south and vi/as discharged nfter the battle of 

Guilford court house, from sometime in June 1781 two months in 

Capt Cright's compamy, from sometime in Sept 1781 one month 

and 19 days in Ca) t Hill's and Owen Reuben's companies under 

Iviajor Waller, and was in the Sioc;e of Yorktown. The soldier, 

moved 1783 from Henry Go Va to Pondlotcn District, South 

Carolina. He was allowed pension on his application executed 

Oct 1 1832, thon a resident of Pickens District, S. C. He died 

June 22, 1835. N- rofernnce to wife or children. 

It s is shov/n that ^ne William Poor was orderly sergeant in 

tho tour in which tho soldier J hn Grisham, served in Capt 

Lifas Shelton's company. 



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VIRGINIA PENSIONERS PAGE 15 

JOHN JACKSON AND KATHARINE OR CATHARINE 

B.WT. 36, 319,-160-55 
The data and place of birth and the names of the ja rente 
of John Jackson are not shown in the papers in the 

pension claim. 

While residing in Louisa County Virginia, John Jackson 

enlisted sometime in 1776, served as a private in Capt,, 

Richard Cough Anderson's company of Virginia troops, was 

in the battle of Monmouth and was discharged at the ^ ■> _■- - 

ffijcpiration of a .rvice of two years; he was also In Lee's 

Corps and rendered subsequent meritorious service, a 

part of the time as express messenger and as an officer, 

and was in the battle of Cowpens but his rank and lenght 

of those sarvices are not shown, also Monmouth, 

<^' The soldier married October 27, 1787 in Hanover county V 

Virginia, Kathareine or Catharine White. 

Catharine White Jxkson was allowed pension on her 

application executed August 10, 1842, at which time 

she was aged 72 and resided in Louisa County Va, 

In 1842, one John W, Jackson r esided in Louisa County 
Virgini . , and in 1847, one William Jackson made 
affidavit In Louisa county Va, No relationship of either 
of the above namsd persons were surname Jackson. ' ? 

John Jackson, was shown and there are no further family 
data. 

In 1842, children arc referred to, the only name of a 
child is given is Elisha Jackson. Stated that John 
Jackson v/as a school toc^cr.or after the Revolutionary 
War. 

Katharine Jckson, widow of Johm, certificate Nl 3568, 
Issued 2-1-1849, rate $80. per annum, commenced March 4, 
1848. Act of Feb. 3, 1848 57a. Richmond Agency. 

The affidavit of David Richardson made the 20th day of 
May 1847 knew Jackson and his widow Cathtu-ine Jackson, 



16, , 
VIRGINIii PENSIOi.'S PAGE 

t 
JOHN SCAREGiiOUGH of Continental and Virginia service " 

S 36,293. H'- v— "oom April 1762 and waa raised in 

Brunawicsk County, Virginia. He enlisted 1780 in Brunswick 

county, Va, as a private in Ccpt Selden's company. Col Green 

Virginia Regiment, was in the battle of Guilford and served 

until April 4 1781, when he enlisted and served as a private 

in Capt James 6unn*s and John Hughes' Company in Colonel 

Anthony Vfalton 'White's regiment and continued to servo 

until Juno 11, 1783, vi^ien he was discharged. He was allowed 

pension on his application executed M»« March 10, 1832 

while a resident of HARi.iOiTir TOWiv^SHIP, POSEY COUl^Ty, INDIANA 

- he had lived in that county since 1826. 

At the time ho msde application for pension, the soldier 

stated th'.t his wife was age 68 and that his two single 

daughters aged about 29 and 30, lived with him, ho did not 

give any of their naaos. In 1840 he was living in vVhite 

County Illinois, naving moved there with his only son 

whoso name was not given. The soldier died April 15, 1846. 

(in one paper it is shown he removed to Christian Co Ky, 

then to Posey Co Ird. Ho stated in 1820 he received a 

legacy from his father's estate of „;250 with which he 

bought £S£ 100 acres - from Thomas Garvin and the land 

lay in TODD COUNTY KY. He kept this land about 3 years 

and sold it in two pieces, to Daniel :ei'= C-rumbly and David 

Stokes both of Todd Co Ky, and got two hcrsos and one lot 

of waggon irons; and moved 1826 yo Posey Co Ind. 



VIRGINIA SER..ICE p^e^ ,7 

WILLIAi-i REE'^S OF VIRGINIi. SERVICii S 17645 

He was born April 8, 1765 in Prince Mlliam County Virginia 
- while residing there 'ita Reeves enlisted sometime in October 
1780 and sor^'od as a private in Cept John Britt's company. Col 
Glenn* 3 Va regi it;nt, and was discharged about ificr&i 1,1781. 
He enlisted s> •jotli-.o August 1781, served about tv/o weeks in 
Coot Valentine Pcyt n's company under Colonel Lee, during this 
time ho served under Lieut. I,?-: .iocves and assisted in repairing 
the roads from Alexandria to Dumfries; he was transferred to 
Copt John Britt's company and was "foraging for the army'' until 
sometime in October 1731. Vifm Reeves moved from Prince William 
County Va jtx 1790 to KEx^TUCiJY, where he lived ab^-ut 22 years 
and moved to Brown Cj Ohio. He was allowed pension on his 
application executed April 29 1833 at which time he was a 
resident of Scott Township, Brown Co Ohio. 
There is no/ reference to wife .r children. It is not 
stated that the Lieutenant ;;:? Reeves under whom the soldier 
served was a rulativo. 



VIRGINIA PENSIOiMS PAGE |8 

Freoerick Shaffek ox Shaver . ,i Shever Nc S 325i7 
HE ENLISTED OCT l5,l779 IN WOODSTDC K : SsENAuDOAH CCUNTY VA for 3 

YEARS, SERVED TWo YE/vRS AND NINE MONTHS A3 PRI\/aTE IN Ca-^T JOHN^^ 

CR Thomas Kirk's company , Col Campl.ell $•«- Va regiment and returned h 
HOME. Because of the declining hetalth jf his father, whose naime waS 

NOT GIVEN, HE DID NOT RETURN TO COMPLETE THE TER,-/ 6 FOR WHICH THREE 
MONTHS HE HaO ENLISTED, DUT FURNISHED A SUBSTITUTE F:.R THREE MONTHS. 

He Was alljvcd pension on his application executed July 24, i833, 
IN WHICH ti:/ie ;c he-siled in Greene County Tennessee, his name was 

BORNE on THE PEkSi f-. li.LL AS FR'DERICK ShEVER, HOWEVER, HE 

Was a GERMAN and SiGNEO HIS U^'/E IN Th aT LANGUAGE. Th E SOLDIER 

MOVED 
STATED THEN THAT HE WAS AGE 75. jN 1 842 HE SEftWCe TO CLINT.N Co 

Indiana, - Frederick Shaffer died Dec \3 iS55 in that c^^unty at the 

HOUSE OF HIS YOUNGEST SCN bENJAMIN A ShaFFER. |T WAS STATED THEN 

T ,A T The soldier Was age 105 anu five days old. his wife 

DIED sometime IN JULY 1 845 , AT THE HOME OF THIS SON, HER NA.wE WaS 
NOT STATED N-R THE DaTE AND PLACE OF THEIR MaRKIaGE. 

In Aug i356 Benjavin A Shaffer soldier's s.n was age 46. 

THEN A RES|OE(mT OF CaRR^LL COUNTY INDIANA. HE SIGNED HIS NAME ShaFFER 
HE STATED THAT HIS FATHER LIVEC WITH HIM 26 YEARS PRECEDING HIS 
DEATH. 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS p I9 

MATTHEW OR MATHEW POPE OP VIRGINIA SERVICE R 17152 

(Copy from the Journal of the Council of Virginia 18th Feb 

1782. "The The board are of the opinion that Dbctor Matthew 

Pope should be continued as Surgeon and appointed at Richmond 

with an allowance of 20 shillings for pro diem ? 

and that a Regimental S-jr^eon and mate be also appointed each ti 

to be stationed as the commanding officer of the Legion 

may from time to time direct. See paqo 317 of Book 

label j.ed Va Cleims In the Commissioners room, issued by 

Va Ellis. 

another paper 

Claim of Motthow Pope under Act July 5 1832 The papers 

upon which the part id payment was made while Mr Honth or 

Heath was the Com '^issionor of Pensions, they are not on file 

in the 3rd Auditors Office, vrtien they should be and arc 

supposed to kHew have boen returned here, signed 

Francis A Dickins 

in a Itter from Washington M^rch 19 1850 - Sir; 

As the Administrator and at the request of the party and 

entitled to the aioncy I havo the honor to present to you the 

claim of Dr. Mathew Pope, deceased for commutation with 

interest giving credit for the half pay heretofore 

received under the Act of Congressof tho 5th July 1832 

When you get the papers from the ..ther offices I will 

d@e draw up a stctcrent of the claim referring to ±hcm. 

signed Francis A Dickins 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS Page 20 

MA^iT'EW FOPE CONTIMUED 

The pension x c-'.rtif ioatc was issued at Washingt on D C 

17 Aug 1842 I'/ttcrs f administration with the will annexod; 

of all and singular t .^ goods chattels and etc which were of 

Matthew Pope leto of Virginia deceased was by the Orphans 

Court bf Washington C^'unty aforesaid, granted to 

Francis A Dickins of D C he having entered into bond with 

approval securities for the performance of the duties thereof. 

MatthQw Pope was f orniorly director or Surgeon General of t h- 

the State Hospitals of Virginia in the Revolutionary war 
that he served in tho Va State Lino under AfeyviH^ep- 
and by virtue of the acts of Assembly of Va and tho Act of 
Congress passed July 5 1832 for half pay 

An examination of the original papers filed in 
bo^lf of the claim of Dr Popo will show that he remained in 
Va when the State Artillery R-giniont tc which he had been 
Surgeon, wont s.uth in 1730- or 1781, that shortly after 
and he Pcpo recoi-- : :-lio appointment of tho pirector of the 
Hospitals of tho Stato, a pcsiti n equivalent to that of a 
Surgeon General, in which capacity he received deprociation after 
after the Close of the war. 

Dr Pope died 1st February 1792 as wiiil bo soen by 

referring to the original papors. 



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VIRGINIA X PiiNSIONS 

THOMAS POPE SERVICE RECORDS OP NORTH CAROLINA 

AI^D VIRGINIA AJD 'WO CHARLOTTE POPE R 3326 

In an affidavit made in Spnrtansburg District South 

Carolina 1857 June 12. by Sarah Giles 

a^o 57 thea states she is tho daughter of Thomas Popo who 

was a pensiwxi'jr and daughter of Chr.irlotte Popo his widio 

and that he dicrl 17 Jan 1325 and that they wore tnarriod 

previous tc 1800^ j t sho now claims the arears of pension 

duo her said mother under cot :f ^uly 7 1838 and all 

subsequent acts and that hor irither Died 30 August 1842 

leaving the following children her survivors, 

SARaH I. GILES born 26 Juno 1800 
Benjamin D Popo bcrn 9 Jaji 1803 
Jano W. Stricklin born 14 Oct 1804 

Lenard C Popo born 14 Feb 1806 

Nathaniel Pope " 27 Nov 1807 

Vincent B Pope " May 5 1312 

Milly S Nolon 5 karch 1310 

Thomas W Popo 26 Aug 1814 

vtio arc tho only surviving childon 

.affidavit of Bonj Nowton 1822 iQ Spartanburg 
District S C states he was present when Thomas x-opo 
enlisted in tho .v--:-.ico in Continental establishment in 
the Revolutionary war 1777 f. r throe years, and this 
deponent entered service in 1773 and f^und Thcmas Pope 
enlisted whose company at thrt time was attached or 
belonged t. the 15th Old Virginia ro>:iemt a line under 
Col Ennis and served nine months with Thomas FopeJ 



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VIRGINIA PENSIONS: 

c.ntlnu with Thomas and Charlctto Pope 

- some affidavit of John Pope and David Pope in Spartansburg 

C Carolina ]B21; stating that we have been a cquaintod with 

Thomas Pope from the first of his going into service and 

believe he did servo as a soldier in the US service for three yi 

years, - he served very young in the minute service 

before he enlisted in the U S Service and after he returned 

homo from the grand amy ho was but a short tine before he 

turned out a>:;ain and an oared to take ana ctive part to the 

end of the war. I, John Pope wes with him in the service 

the time of the sicgo of Y~rk, he new is a cripple and hard 

cf hearing, he has always told us he lost his hearing by the 

report of a cannon on Stf ney Point post, 

In a letter written by Thomas Pope in legible 

writing 1822 Feb 6 from Spartinburg S C states 

"I find they d ont find r.o on the rolls if they will look 

on Muster R lis of the 15th Va regiment for 1777 or 1778 

tnsy will find ir^c, this 15 Va brigade was a mistake of the writo: 

writer. I told thom if th?t when I was sworn it was altered 

^-■n the 15 va rogir.ient, about the 2a st of May or first of June 

1779. I went with General V/ain (r^cans Wayne prob) 

and rcmaind the balance of my tine and was discharged 

by C- 1 Pobogoen 23 ;r 29 Jan 1730 in Philadelphia-- Samuel 

Booker was ny Cy-tc.in. ; states he had one son able to plow was 

was all and eleven in family my whole dependence was that 

boy, I am 63 and crip ."^c led 



VIRGIN!*. PEMSIOiiS 
South Carolina, Sportansburg . p 23 

1820 Nov 7 

Thomas r-^pe age then 61 jesidont of aaid c£)unty 

states he onli steel 1775 Novembor under Capt Taylor, Col 

Stephens, and was at the battle of Long Bridge, siege of Norfolk 

and a skirmish at Gosport point. Jan 29 1777, I enlisted for 

3 years under Capt Gray and Col Knnia 15 Vr. brigade , or lBt:n 

regiment Va lino, and served 2 years, the balnnco of the throe 

years, I was under General Vvayne, and was one of the light corps 

under Cant Basker an:^ Cc 1 ffebedgen and waa regularly discharged 

by Col Febedgor 23 ^r 29 Jan 1780 in Philadelphia. During 

that time was in battles of Germant~wn, Monmouth, Stoney Point 

- about this time my Father died, and my attention was 

nocossairly drawn t -/r.rd hcmo. However, in about five week 

afterward I followed the Virginia troops toward South Carolina 

and on my way fell in with G^n..rr.l Caswell at Kingston North 

Carolina.- I remained with General Caswell and discharged the 

duty of Adjutant until the surrender ^f Charleston, on my 

return to Va wo found Goncral Arnold at Norfolk with the enemy 

r^ bbina. ^^ plundering and outlines more service. 

His family arc as follows; my wife Charlotte, age 42 

my dau Solly Ingram born 26 Jiono 1800 

my son Benlamin born Jan 9 1803, Ginnoy Williams b 14 Oct 1804 
Leonard born 14 Fob 1806, IMothies b 25 Nov 1807, Milly Ellis 
born 5 M„rch 1810, Vinson b 5 Aug 1312, Thomas b 25 Aug 1314 
and Eat oh b 25 May 1316. 



j?agG 24 
VIRGINIA t^NSIOivS 

BOUNT . LAND WARRANT RECORD CARD. 
JOHl'^ ?OfE a priv,?to in Vlrdnia line,, Leo's Logion 

warrant nunbor S 3382 and 12451 acreage, 100 acres issued 

May 24 1797 — recorded also under ferrant Wo 8623 with no 

date of issuance, with a reference to Warrant 8383. 

The information concerning the issuance of warrants 

A carded on thid -n is found in volumes 2 to 4 of "Land 

Warrants issued Prior to 1800 " which are registers of 

bv-'unty land warrants issued to non-commissioned officers 

and privates under congressional resolutions of September 

16, 1776, and subsequent dates. Other records relative to 

the applications for warrants ap oar to have boon destroyed ' 

in the her Dept flro of Nov 9 1800. Inf ormat' on concerning 

warrants surrenderodto the Federal Government is to bo found 

in General Land Office records in Tho National Archives. 

**-«"K-^s.^BOUNTY Li^iD wARliANT RECORD d^BD: 

THO...AS POPE, Private, in Virginia Line, warrant No 12456 

for 100 acres, issued May 2 1794, 

And the same reading matter at tho bottom of 

said card as was on tho previous card written above. 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS ^*gc 25 

another: Thornaa r'ope of Virginia service S 38310 

He applied in Southampton ccunty Vr 18 May 1818 
personally age 56 t 'at he enlisted near Cambden S.^uth Carolina 
in the compaijy of Cavalry under Capt Guinn of Prist Regiment 
by- in April 1731, and shortly afterwards attached to the 
3rd regiment cf Cavalry under Colo V/ashington, that ho served 
under hia corniaand until battle at Eutaw Springs, after that 
ho was attadiOd t: a rcgi ent of cavalry under Col Viihite 
and served until 27 June 1763 when he was dischcrgod in Charles- 
ton Scuth Carclinc: Ho was In battles of Eutaw springs, 
and Cainbdon at the iiie;^:c of 96 and etc in various skiraishes 



JOHN HORN AbiD :'jJICY HORN OP SERv _ CE AS PRIVATE UNDER 
CAPTAIN ELLO OTT ALB WALKER'S COMr ANTES OP VIRGINIA MILITIA 
War of 1812, VIDOW ORIGINAL 33,777 and cortlficate 29261 
onlisted Aug 30, . , dischargod Oct 18 1814 
v/id w original certific tc 38777 certificate 29261 
bounty land v/arraats 16938, -40 acres, 1850, and 33920 
120 acres 1855. Residence of soldier 1850nnd 1855 LOGAN 
COUNTY OHIO, residence of widow 1878 1886 Belief ontaine, 
Logan Co Ohio, her maiden name was Nancy Sheets. They married 
April 11 1815 Pincatjg'lo, Botetourt county Virginia. He died 
Nov 4 1864, in Bel efontaino Ohio, she died Aug 22 1836 
in same place. He allogos that ho hired a substitute f .r 
part of his term, na;riC n^t given. Sho was ago 81 in 1878 
Since his discharge ho resided 19 nonths in RockbriJgo Co Va 
12 years in Eaton Preble Co Ohio and moved tc Bollf ontaine 
fall of 1829 tr the prosont which was 1873. Affidavit made ir 
in Lo.^an Co Ohio by Abial Horn states he is a son of John 
Horn and Nancy h _ , a:^vj 43 and that ray brother J? cob Horn 
who resides some distance from here is 62. That he has this 
day examined the family rcCvrd cf my father and mother contain! 
c ntainlng in their old familv bible, the title pae^e and 
date of which is destr.^yed thct Sciici bible and record were 
ani hflvo been in tho family for a period from ard before my 
earliest recollection and that the following is correcly 
taken and copied from the record as it sto d recorded 
in said bible more than 40 years. "John third son of Henry 
and Elizabeth Horn and Nancy 7th daughter of Jacob and 
Katharine Sheets were 'narried 4-11-1815 



I further state that said John Horn and Nancy Horn lived 
together as husband and wife until his death 1864 * 

hStl ..^■it made by Andrew Hern x in Logan Co Ohio same 
saoie tine and plfr.ce, states he is age 74, that John Horn 
lat'i husr ixl of Nancy Horn, who made application for pension 
No 38777w,s 'x-j br >th3 r. I was not present at his mirriage 
but rememb-jr well the day and and remember that ^n the 
follov/ing di.j, abwut April 1815 he brought Nanc^, home 
claiming to have been married with her, by viAiom he had and 
raised eleven childrjni Ht continued to reside with her in 
Va until about 1826 when they re:;ijvcd to Ohio and resided 
together -no'^r Bollfontclne Ohi,i until about 1864 when he 
died leaving Nancy his widowj that said John Horn was a 
soldier in the war of 1812, sn'id marriage took place in 
Botetourt Co Va. 

-;^.;-;^-ic STaTE CF OHIO LOGa^. COUNTY: JOHi' HORN ago 66 made 
application April 18, 1855 a resident .f Logan Co Ohio 
states ho was a private in company of Capt Elliott in the. 
rogiiKont of Vc militia under Cr-l Jai.i^s i/icDowell 

He was ago 63 when ho applied in Logan Co Ohio 1850 
states he was drafted Aug 1814 in Rockbird,ge Co, Lexington 
Virginia f:r three months. 

hDW.?!) HORN AND NANCY HORN widow of War of 1812 
wes a private in C-pt Jaines Paxton's company 8th Va militia 
Enlisted Aug 26, 1814 discharged Dec 20, 1314, bounty land 
10682 80 acres, 1850 and 25884, 80 acres, 1855. 
Vifidow origiapl 7450 and certificate 5574. Residence of 
soldier 1850 Montgonory county Indiana and residenct; of wide 



28 

EDWARD HORN x.;.D N/iNCY HORN continued Pace 

Residence of widow 1871, Iviontgomery Co Indiana, post office 
Crawfordsvllle, m i name of widow NANCY TOLLY , marriage 

of soldier and widow Jan 12 1809, death of soldier Sept 
1854 Montgomery Co Indiana , 

Oath to support the constitution of t he U Ssubscribed- 
Non receipt of pension declared. Loyalty established by 
affidavits of Elijah Horn and Mary Makey . Nancy Horn 
age 80 in 1871 on 6th Nov in Montgomery Co Indiana. 
a resident of Darlington post office iviontgoraery Co Indiana 
states she is widow of Edward Horn states he enlisted In 
Rockbridge Co Va hvlj 1314, that her maiden name was Nancy 

Tolly, they married 1808 in Va . affidavits of 

Elijah Horn and Susan a Horn of iviontgomery Co Indiana 
state they were well acquainted with Edward Horn deed late 
husband of Nancy Horn widow No 7450 that Edward Horn died In 
Darlington, said sttt we were present at time of his death 

certified copy of marriage record of cler of Rockbridge 

Co Va showing Edward Korti .narried Nancy Tolly by Rev Samuel 
Houston 12 Jan 1809. 

EDWARD HORi-; ivlONT'JOMERY' Z COUNTY INDIAl^A 28 Nov 1850 
age 67 states je served vmder Capt James Paxton in the 8th 
regiment of Va Militia, under Col Coleman and discmrod 
by Ccl Grison, in the war of 1812 and he is also same person 
vftio was drafted at Lexington, Rockbridge Go Va 15 Aug 1314 
for six months under 'J pt Elliott 



VIRGINIii PE .SIGNS P^ce 29 

JAivffiS HOLLC.VnY OP VIRGINIA SERVICE R 20,382 
Bpunty land //arrant 1715-200, 

He served as Lieutenant in the 8th regiment, Virginia 
Troops from 17 - the end of the Revolution. Warrant 
Number 1715 fcr 200 acres c.f oounty land was Issued March 1, 
1831 to his heirs, on account cf said service. He died 
Sept 16, 1829 in Jessamine Go, Ky, leaving a widow Martha 
- no further data on file as to said widow. 
Dec 13, 1831, the following children were alive, 
MARY Wife of Hugh Crutcher, 
Julia wife of Barnett Rucker 
Patsey wifie of James Plournoy; 
John Holloway 
Spencer Holloway, 
Samuel Holloway. 

Thomas a sen having died prior to that date, leaving 
the following chiMrenj fciARTHA CLARK 

WILLIAl^d; Jur-.es, ^.xizabeth and Jane. The above noted 
James Holloway is the onl7 scldier by that name found on 
the Revolutionary war recorris.. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE PENSIONS ^**^^ 3° 

JOHN LEONARD AI^TD EDY W 1625 

It appears that ho was BORN 

April 7, 1754, In GSRJ'IANY. He was raised in Germany and aold 

intc the British service to fight against the Americans. At 

the first opportunity, he deserted the British and enlisted 

in the American i^rray in SHEiiAi'^'DOAH COUNTY S4 VIRGINIA 

in September cr October 1781, and served two years as a 

private in Captaii, Icpatrick's company. Colonel Hawes's Va 

Regiment. He was allowed pension on his application executed 

while a resident of Hawkins Co Tonnessee 1823 Nov 27. 

He died Oct 7 1841. He married in Greenbrier Co Va, the latter 

part of Juno 1796, to EDY (probably Scarborough^!') 

who was bom P b 221771, she was allowed pension on her 

application executed M£?rch 27 1850, while a resident of Hawkins 

Co TGnn(did not use name ''Scarborough" as I could not find 

it in tne case, except in a letter to a Senator Chamberlain. 

C,.ildren of John and hAy L onard were as follows: 

DAVID LEONARD BORi^ MARCH 30 1797 
Elizabeth " born Pe^^ 14 1799 
John " b Feb 19 1801 
"fe " b Peb 5 1303 
Agnes '* b July 11 1306 
Jacob " b 11-12- 1807 
My " b iViar 11 1811 

This is tiic history of the only soldier by naire of 
John Leonard who w;>3 oension'-d i Tenn found on t he 
Revolutionary war records of the Archives. 



VIRGIHIil tPEJISlONS PAGE 3| 

Jeremiah Horn and Mary Horn «f Virginia and North Carolina 

service W 3555 bounty land warrant 26676-160-55 

Her land grant was No 40301 for Bounty land under the 

act of 3J2fnd March i84 1855 

under Act 
Mary Horn made declaration for pension/Peb 1853 3rd 
July 4 1853 
day, in McNairy County Tennessee, age 65 states she is widow of 

J6i*emiah Horn of CARROLL COUNTY TENNESSEE, who was a 

Revolutionary war soldier; states she was married to Jeremiah 

Horn June 30, 1827, and he died 8th May 1834; 

Again on Zi Oct 1853 and in this stated in add tion 
that her maiden n e was Mary QUARLES , The Justice 
of peace in McNary Co Tenn was HARDRI^E WALKER 

Mcry Horn 12 May 1370 in ..IcNairy Co Tennessee 

made dec aration in order to secure restoration to the 

Rolls of pensions that the person on account of whom-- 

pension was granted to Jeremiah Horn, a private in the 

Rcvolutionr^ry war, that his pension certificate was dated 

19 Nov 1853 is returned . Her post office address is 

Purdy, McNairy Co Tennessee. She was age about 80 in 1870 

that she is identical Mary Horn who was pensioned on rolls 

of Agency at Jackson Tenn; that she has resid.d since 

1st Jan 1861 with her friends and relations all the time 

within five miles of Purdy Co of McNairy Tenn; that she 

was paid last on Sept 4, 1861; that she had no children 

living to support :^r. CERTIFIED COPY OF MARRIAGE 

RECORD FROM HENRY COUNTY TENNESSEE COUrJTY COURT CLERK 

SHOWING JEREIvilAH HORN AND MAR:. QUALLS married June 30, 
1827. In 1855 Mery Horn made application 



VIRQINI.. PiKSIOiiS 
HORlif, JcromiRh and i.ic.ry ponsions Pago . 32 

at that time she was ago 67. and that she was married 

in Henry C Tenn. Ho was known as Jeromiah Horn Sontr. 

of Carroll Cn Tonneasoe. 

JSREivilAH HORN made application in Carroll Co. 

Tennossoc 0' : 1, 1832. Ago 76 ; states ho was Born 

in North Carolina, in the now County of Orange, 25 December 

1755.; that ho entered ssrvico 17'78'^9 Ho went to 

ON 
HARRODSBURG/KENTUCKY Rivor and lived some months with 

Hugh McGerry, vrtien he volianteei'ed to go and build a fort 

on Elkhorn, called BRYANTS SI^ATION which they 

succeeded in completiftgj Shortly after this there were 

3 companies of voluntfeerl, enrolled to serve as long as 

called to go against the sIhAWNEEIS and Britidh> and they 

joined each other previous to crossing the Licking. . Their 

Their captains were John Holder, under Capt William 

Harrod and the third by Capt Benjamin Logan. All these 

were under Col John Bowmer - from there they marched to 

fhe Ohio tiVQr and crossed it about mouth of Licking. 

pare ^\Pf MfP ^-^ ^^f} ^° guard their ferry boat to secure 

rei'r retreat. From this place they marched on within 5 
rescued 
Miles of where Chilicotho nc.. stands, where they «e«u£>ed- 

fiKiQ white man a DFTCHZjAK, name not recollected and killed 

all the Indians who lived in the house consisting of two 

l^gmllies. Prom here they marched on thro the Shawnee 

ll-ains, to Chillicothe, on the wiiami- sometime in the night 

tihe action began and was kept up till eleven o'clock next 

dgy. They succeeded in taking the town with the exception 

4 
of /the-Block houses to which the enemy retreated into 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS PAGE 33 

At this time a council of war was callod-A and it was 
decided that Col John Bowmor should still -oommand -bnt 
not expose himself to the heat of the Action as they now 
determined to storm these block houses. Then Col John 
Bowmer accordingly gave the order to storm which they 
obeyed, xift^i -vcral assault, what was carried on from 
nouse to house, Wi.on thoy had arrived within one house of 
this point, the defence being very obstenate and having lost 
16 men and seroral wounded, They received order to retreat 
- They then a?tafe*»e returned to the Ohio river, found their 
boat safe, crossed it and marched on agadin passed the 
Licking when they were dischar ed by their officers, viz 
Captain John Holder and Colonel John Bowmor, - this 
declarant returned to Bryant Station in en the Elkhorn. 

where he remained until he returned to North Carolina, 
Guilford county, which was a short time afterwards. Here he 
he married and resided several years, when he removed to 
Holston river in KNOX COUNTY TENNESSEE, whore he resided 
about 0H6- 17 years when he removed to WILSON CO TENN wher^ 
he again rs3- r 16 years, where he removed to Alabama 

Jackson County v/here he resided 3 or 4 years from x whenc 

he moved to the county, where he has since continued to 
live . 



VIBSINIA FENSIONS ^ ^*** * ^ 

RALPH R. HORN Of Virginia and Virginia 
sea service S 38046. Revolutionary war penaloner 
was allowed pension on hie application executed April -27, 
1818, in Kins mlll«* County Va, JMs age iB^not stated. 
He stated he enlisted Sept 16, 17*75 , as a private under Oapt 
Taliaferro, Col Woodford's second Va regiment, was In the 
battle Of Long Bridge and served until *g 1776. when he 
was dlsch^ged on account of sickness. He again e nllsted 
in Novcher 1776 in Capt Alexander DiclCs Company of Marines 
and served about one month, when Capt was appointed In a s 
state regi^neat. in Feb 1777, he was ordered on board the 
Muslceto, a voss.:. fitted out by Va, on Ma.ch 21, they 
oaptured the B"ltlsh merchant vessel "JOHN" and the 
transport "noble"; he was put on boardtk the noble and 
after conveying her into a French port, he proceeded on 
another cruise, on June 4. 1777, he was captured by 
the "ARIADNE" commanded by Sir Thomas Prlngle, charged with 
high treason, piracy and rebellion, and committed to 3^11 
in the Barbadoes until Jan 17, 1778. whan he was sent to 

,.ade two attempts to escape, but was discovered, and was 

4.-T TTA-^ -That ho nevor returned horrie u 
not discharged until 1783. -^nio 

Til Z::^^^- ^^'^u^ - 

- ---WidveVe-st^tLS^nrtrarrhars^o^n^rr^rs 

not correct. There is a Robert Pollard mentioned .-as a 

clerk of the ccurt . 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS: 1213841 PAGE ' 35-' 

MATTHIAS HORN AJJD SUSAN HORN 
OP VIRGINIA SERVICE W 10X10 

Application v;as raado in ESTIL^ COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 4, 1839 
personally before Sampson Walters a Justice of the Peace 

SUSAN hor;: 

age 77 In 1839, states she is widow of Matthias Horn 
She states -^c was a pensioner at date of his death. 
On the Ky rolls X ..gency, that she was married to Mathias ' 
Horn in PAYETTE COUNTY Kt-bTTUCirY in the summer of 1782 
- she knows of no record of their marriage, nor births of 
their children- she understands the records of Payette 
where the marriages are kept was consumed by fire about-iSO© 
1806 J that idatthlas Horn died 13 January 1834. 

Deposition of Joseph Proctor of Estill Co Ky in 
behalf of liudah Horn for a pension, age 84j states he 
became well acquainted with Mathias Horn Deceased 1776 
and also Susan Horn 1779. In 1782 deponent was living in 
hiagees ? Station in s:.immer of said year the deponent was 
infcrmod f. - t the said Mathias Horn and Susan his now wide 
wore marriod at Boons Station, and he has been well 
acquainted wit' Mathios Horn deceased and his widow ever 
since, (the said MATHIAS HORN being a brother-in-law of his) 
and knows the said Hr.rn and v.ifo lived together ever since 
their marriage, no'/or heard x the legality of their marriage 
discussed. Ho was present when said Horn died. Deposition 
of POLLY PROCTOR in Estill Co Ky age 80; states Matthias 
Horn was her brother ; she recollects well that in the 
sumrrer of 1782 her brother was manned to SUSAN HALL 



VIRGINIA PhNSIONS Page . 35 

She was not at the wedding, but lived but 2 miles from 

BOONS STATION where her brother and Susan iiv««l marriage 

took place and she heard of it at the time and she has no 

doubt they were legally married for they lived ever since 

near deponent, and they raised a largo family of children 

, and she t: inks their oldest ciilld was born L783 . 

:.. IITION made by Aaron Horn Jxily 15,1839 

at his own house in MADISON COUNTY KY to be used as 

evidence in favor of Mrs Susanna Horn for pe sion under 

Act July 7 1838 Ke is age 77 and states he is a brother 

of Matthias Horn deceased, and was at the wedding when Mathio,^' 

Matthias Horn married Susanna. The wedding took place 

in Payette Co Ky, summer of 1782, he was present at the wedd 

wedding and recollects they were married by Parson 

flu eke r . 

DEPOSITION of WILLIAM HORH taken July 

16, 1839 in town of Estill Ky to be read in behelf of 

Susanna Horn for pension. This depoentnt is age • 74 

and states he is a brother of Matthias Horn deceased, 
and v/as at the wedding of Matthias Horn and Susanna Horn 
and knows thv^y were married by Reverend Mr. Rucker in 

Payette Co Ky, j -risr of 1782. 

APl LI CATION WAS M/.DS PERSONALLY IN ESTILL CO KY 
BY MATTHIAS HORN July 17 1852 age 70 then who states 
he entered service 1778 - HE ENLISTED UPON HOLSTON RIVER, 
IN VIRGINIA (does not recollect names of county or counties) 
under Capt Riddle in the Va state troops to PROCEED TO 
KENTUCKY TO DEPEI^T) TKEfe AGAINST THE INDIANS Ai^D BRITISH: 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS Pag© 37 

That ho marchod to the fort at BOONSBORO IN APRIL 1778 
that during that year and part of 1779 he was under the 
coranand of Capt Benjamin Logan, and continued at Boonsboro 
as a soldior and Indian Spy till 1779 when he went under 

Capt Logan, General George Rogers Clark coinnanding 

the Ohio a campaign a-a;ainst the Indians - took and burnt 
the moravian? towns and Piqua towns that he was ©»*- 
at Boonsboro during the great Siege 1778- that he continued 
at the fort at Boonsboro and in 1780 he again went on a 
campaign undar General Clark across the Ohio again st the 
Indiana; that ... -vas in Capt Burk's company; that he 
continued as a soldier at Boonsboro till the close of t he 
Revolutionary war, except wrxn out upon campaigns or ordered 
out as Indian Spy or ranger, the latter part of the time, he 
he was in Capt HARDIN'S COMPAriY. 

one Samuel Kelly a clergyman residing in 
Estill Co Ky and Joseph Proctor residing in same county 
certify that they xx are well acquainted with Matthias 
Horn and believe his statements are true ; Procter states ho 
has know Matthias Horn since he iias a boy; that he lived 
with his father, enlisted under Capt Riddle and has known 
him ever since . 

•iH.^ APPLICATION FOR A TRANSFER OP PENSION 
MADE IN RAi-roOLPH COUNTY: MISSOURI Jan 19, 1842 personally 
appeared Susan H.^rn wnc states she is same person who 
was placed on pension roll of Ky, from whence she has 
lately removed; that she ncv/ resides in Missouri where she 
intends to remain and 'cashes her pension transferred. 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS i'c', .,e 38 

The following I3 her roGson for removing; that 

she being dependent on her children for support was by 

necessity forced to change her residence^ signed Susan 

Horn. 

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GEORGE HORN S 4407 of VIRGINIA SER' ICE WAS BORN IN 
GERIv^ANY. He made declaration for pension in LICKING COUNTY 
OHIO 1832 Oct 30. He was a resident of Jersey ? township 
Licking Co Ohio age 67. - states he was a private in 
Capt ii'dward McCarty company, Lt John Vandover. He was 
drafted Juno 1781 or 1782 when only 16, being a resident 
at tho time In HAMPSHIRE COUNTY VA. He left service Dec 1 
1781 or 1782, having served about six raonths-a and a little 
over. After he was drafted he marched through Predoi»ick 
Co to Prodericksburgh, thence to Bowlengroen and remained 
sometime, then marched to Vl/inchester where he was engaged 
in guarding the I^iiSSIAl^ AND ENGLISH PRISONERS confined at 
that place. Ho procured his discharge from Major Johnston 
at the barracks near vvinchester and then went homo. 

HE WAS BORN IN GERI\1ANY ON THE LAST DAY OP FEBRUARY 
1765. He lived in Hampshire until about six years since 
when he moved into LICKING COUNTY BK OHIO WHERE HE NOW LIVES 



VIRGINIA PENSIOJJS Pa^^ 

AARON HORN OF VIRGINIA SERVICi; R 5225 ^^ 
Ho appeared porsonally in Madison County Kentucky May 5, 1834 

a resident of Madison Co Ky age 72, states he entered servlc 
1778 he joinod Capt Riddle's company on HOLSTON RIVER 
TRINIiS IN NOV; COUNTY OP WASHINGTON VIRGINIA, which was raised 
as he understood to protect the western country against the 
British and Indians, -.o joined as a volunteer but whether the 
company belonged to ± the state troops or Virginia or not 
he is uhable to say it did, the company was marched to KENTUCKY 
AND REACHED BOONESBORO PORT which is in the now county of 
MADISON aforosaid in Spring of 1778. He continued to do duty 
in Capt Riddle's company as a soldier in said fort for a 
considerable time until Capt Riddle returned to Va or was 
appointed to command at some other fort in Ky, that ho , 
applicant then joined and was transferred to a company under 
Capt John Holdon or Holder that afterwards Capt David Gass was 
his captain and he also served in Capt Starnes company, Col- 
Calloway, he thinks was Colo when he first reached the fort 

at Boo-nosboro, he was subsequently killed by the INDIES - Old 
Daniel. Boon aft_r- he escaped and returned from his imprisonment 

wor>it with or a.'ong to Indians acted as Colo, applicant was 
al.30 under Colo Bowraan in 1779, he thinks it was in his 
expedition across the Ohio agai ;st the Indians. He continued 

at the Port at Boonsboro, his recr.llection is till 1783 

except when out on carapaigns or in scouting parties against 

the Indians the parties a^^ainst the Indians sometimes 

out as a spy, when at the fort he performed military duty as a 

soldier duty enrolled. That he served from the spring 1778 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS ^ J!^ 

PAGE . 

more ttaan two years as a private a volunteer in the army 
- he can prove hi a service by Jose-h Proctor and Matthias 
Horn of Eatill Co Ky. HE STATES HE WAS BORN IN 
BALTIMORE MARYLAND 1762 REIvIOVED TO VIRGINIA when young wit! 
with his parents and was residing on Hoist on river in the 
now county of %'ashington Va when he joined Capt Riddle 
company. Since the close of the Revolutionary war he has 
residfed In ."/iadison Co Ky near the Old Boonesboro Port. 

Thomas o Branston a clergyman and Gabriel Duncan 
are well acquainted with him. 

Affidavit of Eajor Oswald Townsend j resident of 
Madison Co Ky made affidavit Apr 8 1835. States he came 
from Va to Ky to the fort at Boonesboro , Medison Co Ky 
1775; that he was then about age 18, that 1778 he knew 
Aaron Horn, now a resident in the county and living near w 
where the old fort at Boonesboro stood and who is an 
applicant for pension, be knew him as a soldier in the fort 
in 1778 and from th£-t time to the close of the Revolution 
that said Horn performod military duty at the fort 
and was frequently out on campaigns against the Indians 

Affidavit atso of Joseph Proctor of Estill Co Ky 

Apr 23 1834, states the t in 1778 he came from Va as a soldie 
soddier under C vt Riddle's company to the fort at 
Boonesboro Ky, that Aaron liorn came along at same time as 
a soldier in said compar.^' and continued to do dutu at 
Boonesboro in said fort during the Revo. war. in capt 
John Holder's company and sometime in Capt David Gass's 
Company and was a while in Capt Starnes's co- Col Callowy 
and Col Benj Logan were the Colonels in Ky at that time 



VIRGINIA PL:;: 3 ^^®® *' 

old Danlol Bocn. ,:aid Horn served part of the time in 
said fort and part of trx t v/aa out on campaigns on spy 
service for the fort - he has resided at or near 
Bocnesboro since 1778 and is a man of good character. 

AFFIDAVIT OF Matthias Horn of Estill Co Ky 
states in spring of 1778 he came from Va as a soldier in 
Capt Riddles company to Boonosboro Ky, that Aaron Horn of th^ 
this county of Madison Ky came with him in said Riddle's 
company as a soldier at feame time, and Aaron continued 
at the fort. 
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CHRISTOPHER HORN AND ELIZABETH : W 664 bounty land warr 
warrant No 34931- 160-55 CONTINENTAL AND VIRGINIA SERVICE 
He applied in Knox County Kentucky 1823 Decerriber 8, 
under of iviarch 1318 ago then 71 , who states he enlisted 
in STAUNTON VIRGINIA 1775 for two years in Capt John Hays 
company in the ninth Virginia regiment, commanded by Colonel 
George Matthews , that ho served nearly two years in 
arid regi-ent when at the battle of Gormantown they were all 
cut to pieces and scattered, when t ho again enlisted at the 
Valley Forge for three years in the first regiment of 
light dragoons commanded by Capt Spotswood Dandridge of 
the third troop in the First Regiment commanded by Colonel 
Frederick £ Bland that he served in said regiment until 1780 
in Jan, he was discharged in Hallifax town in North Carolina 
; that he was at the Brttle of SAVAN AH: BRYAN? CREEK; 
Charlestown .uid many other small engagements not now recollec 
recoiected: tnat during all his service aforesaid he belonged 
to the lino of the state of Virginia on the continental 



VI.^GINIA AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE PAGE 42 

C|,ristopher Horn and Elizabeth W 664 

ostabllshment, that ho lost his discharge, and I do solemnly 

swear that I was a resident citizen of the U.S. 18 March 1818 

and I have not since that date by sale or gift or in any 

manner disycaed of my property to bring myself within the 

prgvislons oi the Act of Congress passed Mar 18 1818 

schedule of property shows he owned 100 acres of 

land very poor c. . .n dispute at ?;165.00 and s tstes my 

FAiviIL": CONSIST OP i. WIFxl ,. D THREE CHILDREN MY CHILDREN 

ARE YOUNG I am by pursuit a far er and I owe more money 

than my property v/ould sell for in cash. 3 witness to 

his statements were Isaac Stewart, Alexr Hays and Gale Cox. 

Affidavit of William Patterson made oath that he was 

sergeant in Captain John Hays Company when Christopher Horn 

enlisted in Staunton Va and well knows that he said Horn 

served and ivas discharged as stated in his declaration 

and that he resides in Knox County Ky.. 

The widow Elizabeth Horn made application in Knox 

County Ky 25 April 1855 personally, ago then 74. States her 

husband bol.Ln:^ad to the company under Capt John Hays in t he 

9th regiuiorit :f Vt\ regulars under Col Gu-rge Matthews. 

and also refcru t her former declaration as proof of her 

marriage v/ith her said hiisb^nd. She makes this application 

to obtain bounty land to which she may bo entitled. 

Affidavits of Elisha Howard and THOMAS HORi^I 
residents of Knox Co Ky 



VIRGINIA AND COWTINfiNT.iL SERVICS P ^^ 

Christopher Hern and Elizabeth v; 664 continued: 
Elizabeth Horn a-plled 23 Kay 1353 in Knox C^ Ky age then 72 
t^e--jS the 12th i^pril states she is widow of Chiratophor 
Horn a pensicnur ^ ' to of his death ; that he drew :}96 annualy 
at the pension agency in Lexington Ky at that time was a rosid- 
dent of Knox Co Ky on Iiarch 9 1337. She further states she was 
married to Christopher Horn in Knox County Kentucky sometime 
in Deceraber 1317 oy Rev E Blackgrove Hopper s^ under and 
by virtue of a license issued by the clerk of the Knox Co Cotljt 
- she has had the records of Knox Co Ky searched for her 
marriage but none can be found in said office, or any where 
else - said license should have been returnod to said office 

and recorded, APh'IDA'ITS OP DAMi:.L CiiIW Ai'D EUPHENIA 

CQLTON niade in Knox C-, Ky iSSS! state that in 1817 about 
December t at they saw Christopher Horn and Elizabeth Horn 
married in Knox Co Ky by Rev Blackgrove Hopper a Baptist 
minister by virtue ^f o license issued by the cleric of the 
Knox C:' C . j.rt , ..a':'^ hu c been acquainted with them for many 
years; that they li\.d as husband and wife from 1317 up to date ■ 
he died in 1837 and they had so oral children who are known 
to thOTi as th'olr offsprings. 



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Abraham Valentine bojnty land warrant No 8219 52 160 acres 
1812 war service private in Capt Robinson, 42nd Infantry 
DISCHARGE PAPERS showing Abraham Valentine a private 
42 Regiment of infantry who was enlisted 22 Day June 1814 
is hereby discharged - having faithfully served the oeriod 
of %fe4 his enlistment. HE MS BORN IN NEV. YORK STATE^ - now 
about 23 - signed at Philadelphia 19 daj 1815 

signed but nanies illegible 

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BENJAi!/IIN VALENT >JE 1355, rejected Bounty land file 
Wo 24184 for war 1812, private under C^pt Wright, Col 
Conrad Creechbaum i-enna. militia 

STi^TE OP PErJNA. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA 1857 April 
9, appeared before J P Benjamin Emery a resident of 
Camden Co New Ju.- states that he is well acquainted 
with Elizabeth DeHi*VEN now a resident of Washington D C minor 
child of Bgnjamin Valentino deceased, late of Philadelphia 
and late a private in Capt 'Wright's company in the regiment 
of Ponna Militia, commanded by Col Crickbaum in the war of 
1812, that the said Benjamin Valentine !i±xA did serve in 
said company and regiment during the sorv ce and was in actual 
service at Camp for more than 14 days and was honorably 
discharged and ho further states that ho ser ed with said 
Benjamin Valentine during the ser ico aforesaid under Capt 
Ycrkcs, and he also declares that he has received a 
Land bountv warrant for 120 acres for said service under Act 
of Mar 3 1855, No 9568 which ho has disposed of. 

ELIZABETH DoHiiV"EN made affidavit in V/ashington 
D C 24 march 1S5:. stating she was formerly Elizabeth Valontinc 
age then 17, a resident of W-shington D C and that sho is 
the daughter of Benjamin Vcl^ntine deceased who was a prlvat 
in' a company of Militia from Montgomery county Pennsylvania 
known as the Greer Ribbon company or Green Ribbon, under 
Capt 1/^ight; 



Benjamin Valentine 1812 war No 24184 

continued p^ge 44 

Har father was then a resident of Montgomery Co Penna and w as 
was drafted in September 1814, a resident cf Horshons 
township, iViontgomery C^ Pa, and continued in actual service 
during said war for tlireo months. That her father died in 
Philadelphia, Pa on 23 November 1846, leaving no widow 
or other mir. jr child surviving. - she makes this 

declaraticn t?r tne purpose of obtaining the bounty land 

to which she •, entitled under the xxct approved 3 March 

1855. 

Abstract of the fa.::".l_; bible record filed shows 

Benjamin Valentine deceased, v-i: born Peb 16,1778 

married Elizabeth Emory October 11 1809 

Died Nov 23 1846. 

Elizabeth Valentine Senior died .^pril 26 1840 

Elizabeth Valentine bom Juno 18 1837 

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CHAS VALENTIM 1812 private, in Ca -t lAcMullen 
COL BULL PEN: SYLVAiIIA IvilLITIAo HE APPLIED IN LOUDEN 
COUNTY VIRGIITIA 18 i^pril 1855 states he is identical 
Charles Valentine who served under Caot i.icl'iullen in re:<inent 
of Pe.ina under Col BuIj, in 1812 v/ar- he received 
80 acres warrant N? 15186. He entered service Peb 26 
1814 and is nis mustered present arjd paid to 15 id June 1814 
On the r lis fr.r remainder of 6 months service, he is 
reported absent Wj.th^ut leave not deserted as stated 
in the provi.-us certificate. 

Ch:-^rlo3 Valentine age 53 apolicd in Washington 
D C 12 Dec 136: a r sident of City of Washington D C 
- states ho enlioT;-d at Gettysburg Pa - that he went as an 
escort end in chr. r^e of a number of prisoners of war from 
Buffalo N y to Prcscott in Cunada, and was finally dischd 
in iilbany New Yorl: 1814 oa acc:unt of Expiration of turm 
of ser ice as will appear by fr.c muster rolls 



Charles Valentine and Rebecca Valentine - 1812 - page ^^ 

and that the above na.ned Valentine had been living in the same 

town (Sneckeravilie) that we lived in for a year before his 

marriage and his wife jb for a longer time before her marriage. 

The widow Retecca Valentine made abdication in 

Baltimore Co Maryland. Stating that t'ne bible in which the 

family records were kept had become fragile; but that on her 

removal from PORTSMOUTH VIRGINIA to Baltimore City she cut 

out the Old bible, the family record and the following is a 

true transcript; CHARLES D. VALENTINE and Rebecca Hamilton 

were married 12- 1 1843, 

Mary Ellen Valtntix' -..'aa born Aug 19 1849 

Hannah 7-25-1851 

Laura Virginia 7-0-1853 

Charles Francis 7-16-1855 

Elizabeth Ann 4-23-1857 

Charles Henry 8-301859 (1859) Aug 30 

DEATHS : 

Hannah Valentino died 7-29-1851 otc 4 days 

Cterles Francis Valentine died Aug 3- 1855 aee 6 weeks 

Elizabeth Ann Valentine died 7-17- 1857 aee 3 months 

Charles Henry Valentine died 7-26-1860 age 11 months 

The children now living arc Daniel Donr^is, and Laura x Virginia 

who are nov/ married x and whoso name names is Gambtill 

Mrs L V Gambrill wrote in from Baltimore Maryalnd 

1005 W Baltimore Street 1900 Mar 5 stating her mother 
Rebecca Valentine died i-;urch Isft. 



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GEORGE W. ViiLENTIi'IE service in Capt Samuel G Mams company 
of VIRGINIi. iviILITIA.. George W Valentine applied in Carolina 

County Virginia June 1 1871 age 31 on that date 

states he was married to Mary C Johnston in said county 

Feb 19 1824, that he ser ed full period of sixty days 

in the War of 1312 v.id he is identical person who was drafted 

in Capt Sawuel G iidaias company 2 regiment at Hanover Court 

House (Va) 23 Aug 1814 and was honorably diachfirged at Richmond 

Va 23 Feb 1815, that he served at Camp Holly in Henrico? 

Co Va . he refers to his application for land bounty on 

file in the war office dept in Vifqshington for further details 

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Charles Valentine bounty land file, under act of 1855 
No 191595 
1812 war, as a musician or fifer, under Col Street 

He applied in SURRY COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA April 5 1855 
personally ago 66 tnea and a resident of Surry Co N C 
served in the company of Capt Ralph Hubbard In the rosimont 

of militia for Virginia under Col Street in the 1312 war 
tact he entorod tho sorvicj at RICEARD EPPERSON'S IN 
i;iECKLEl\iBURG CO V« .:.c:ut 15 Aug 1813 ad continued in service 
in said war for 14 days and honorably discharged at Norfolk 

about Fob 1815. 



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Page 
VIRGINIA PENSIONS: 

John Valentine and Mnry of Virginia service R 10821 

STATE OP VIRGINIA: SHENANDOAH Co W. Feb 10 1842 personally 

appeared before me the suiDscriber a J P in and for the county 

aforesaid, Mary Valentine a resident of Sv,enandoQh Co Va age A 

92, states she is the widow of JOHN VALENTINE whom she has often 

heard state ho had entered into regular army and had service 

in the army nearly all or quite to the end of the war that he 

lived in Shenandoah Co Va at the time of his enlistment, and 

that she cannot now state in consequence of old age and the loss 

of her memory i the names of any of the officers under vriiom ho 

served, but has often heard him state that he was wounded while 

in service, having been shot through the ancle and tte t he was 

entitled to 100 acres of land for his serv ice as a soldier in 

the Ro'.olutionary wer . She therefore begs leave to refer to the 

evidence accompanying hor x declaration for the proof of his 

service in the war. She further declares that she was married 
to John Valentine, in fal or winter of 1786, by Rev John Koontz 
and her maiden name was Mary Griffith, and John died October 

1829, Affidavit made in Page County Va 1858 May 24, 

by V*n Weakley age 79 that ho was well acquainted with John 
Valentine a Revo, scldier of Shenandoah Co Va, tnat he had 
service connection with John Valentine in he was wounded in 
servcice; that ho was the only man in Shenandoah Co by name of 
John Valentino, and that he is not interested in the pension 
claim of the heirs of John Valentine; at the same ti.Tie Thomas 
Cave age 81 appeared who states he was acquainted v;ith John 
and knows John stated he was in several battles. 

Mary Valentine the widow whose maiden name was Mary 
Griffith applied in Page County Va 1844 personally 

Henry Ailshito made oath and affidavit that he was 

acquainted with them and that he brought John Valentine in a 
wagon of his, f r m V/inchester Va to the county .-f Shenandoah 
Va shortly after the ending of the Revolutionary war, and and 
wore then a suit like the scL^iers of the regular army and he 
continued to be v;ell acquainted with him from that day until his 
death. States that himself was an enlisted soldier for iX 18 
months in the. r<--ular army td: the North under Col Abrabam Bowman 
and Col John Nevcl and recollects that John Valentine told him 
that after the battle of Monmouth that the army under General 
Washington encamped a while at the white plains in New Jersey 
and afterwards marched back into New Jersey. 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS 

_John Valentine and Mary continued No R10821 Page 48 

Know all me. n by these presents, that I, Mary C. 
Cave daughter of John Valentino, furmerly of Sv,enandoah Co Va 
a Revo soldier of Page Co Va, now appoints Gideon T Jones of Lura 
Luray Page Co Va my true and lawful atty . 1854, Nov 24. 
and filed in behalf of herself and all th<j rest of the heirs. 
---- affidavit of Isaac Valentine age 50, Shenandoah Go Va 
stating he is the son of the late John and Msry Valentine 
that he has often h ard his f at^je r John Valentino and John Lary 
speak of their service in the revolution, and that they both 
belonged to the same conipany. 

Mary Catherine Ca^>e was the full natae of the daughter 

uf John and Mary Valentine, resident of Marksville, Page Co Va 
1853. 

— • affidavit of Philip Sour age 52 msde in Page Go Va 
1844, states he v;a3 well acquainted with John Valentino 
late husband of i'rry for over 40 years that he had frequently 
employed said Vnluntine to do millwright work for him 

— affidavit of Thomas Cave ago 63 Feb 12 1842 
in Page Co Va , stat;. was well acquainted with John Valentine 

late husband of Mary, 

STATE OF VA: PAGE CO FEF 12 1842, personally appeared 

John Valentine, son of Jo' n crvl ivmry states he often heard his 
late father said John Valentine str.to that he was a regular 
soldier in the army and he stated he was attached to the artillery 
and belonged to the Va troops. 

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JACOB VALENTINE R 18627 Note on outside of file states 
"Va grandsons residence in 1853) (also see Jacob Valentine 
Dis no papers may be same man) 

Virginia; Isla of Vdght county 
I, Archd Atkinson a J P for the county and state aforesaid 
certify that this day E K Valentine of said county states he is 
the only grand child of Jacob Valentine a Capt in the Revolutionary 
war and that he believes he is entitled to compensaiton from 
U S for service of his grand father ; states he furnished to his 
agent all the proof necessary to establish the claim and he can ot 
hear from him. This was dated 1858. 

In another letter of Dec 8 1853, from Pention Office 
to Thos Moore, Esq Norfolk Va. Sir; the Caveat of ii. H. 
Valentine with your note of 23rd ult is received. It is desirable 
to ttio end that no injustice shall be done to any just claim, that 
he shall at once inform this cf fice what Jacob Valentine it is 
whose heir he claims to be and where and in what capaicty he 
served in the Revolutionary war. 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS ^**^^ "^^ 
Jacob Valentine of Vs sor"' '!•' . Dis. no papers. 
His na-iie appears on a list of c^-. Y-.r,. ts to bo placed on the 
pension list retuj'ned by the circuit court for the District of Va 
submitted to th« House of Representatives by the Secretary of War 
on Ar,ril 25, 1794 and printed in the American State Papers, class 9 
9, page « 122. Rank of Captain, Regt . Col Gibson's 
Disability; Lost the sight of one of his eyes while in ser cie 
He v/as disabled at Valley Forge 1778, residence Princess Ann 
Monthly allowante ^13.33, arrearage $200. Remarks, returned sick 
in_Octob_er ITTV^raustejred to_I.ia;2. 1'^'^S* 

.;t-x--:.-V;>^.5j-x--x ~ EDWARD VALENTINE OF VIRGINIA SERA ICii R 18626 
R 18626 Virginia Half Pay. N A Ace No 874, see 050179 
half pay, EDWaRD vALEIiTlwE : from Pension office 11-231 1850 

I certify that under a decision 
of the Secretary cf the Interior the legal representatives of 
iiidward Valentine, deceased, who was a Lieutenant in the Va 
Artillery, (Juring the Revolutionary war, are entitled to half pay 
under the Act of July 5, 1832, at the rate of |200. per annum 
from the 5 Feb 1780) *(1731) to the 10th apr 1794, and that the 
amount is payable to Felix Richards, atty of Robert Hudgen of 
Caroline C»ounty Va, administrator of said Valentine. 

signed Comrdssioner of Pensions 
The above letter is dated Nov 23 1850 

From P^r^.sion office, Nov 27 1850 

I certif-y thet under '' decision cf the Secretary of the Interior the 

the legjfei representati :s of idwsrd Valentine, deed who was a Capt 

in the 'va state artillery durinn? the Revo, war, are entitled 

to ha^f pay under Act of '^ July 5 1932 at the rate of $300 

from 2-5-1781 to 10 iior 1794 and r-v; t the amount is payable to 

P^ll,.x Richards, atty of Rober Hudgin of Caroline Co Va, 

adnjiinistrator of said Valontine. 

(th^re is an Edward Valentino listed in Augusta Co Va 
iJn the census of 1810) 



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DAVID VALENTINE OP \/IRGINIA SERVICE S 9502 Page ' ^ 
Applied in King William County Vir,vinia Nov 26 1832 
personally Dcvid Valentine Jur or Sr? ; 

a^e 70 the 15t-. .- r.l last , states he entered service 1779 
or 1780 in Gctube^ , that he was drafted for three years 

marched under Capt Rcbort Drury and Samul Vi/ Dabney 
directly down to Vvilliamsburg^ where Ca.-t Drury 's company was 
stationed at the Governors Pallaco 4 or 5 weeks, j that he was 
called out for a 2nd tour Jan 1781 under Capt Mordccai Booth 
and Satnl or Lt Mcrdecai Abrahams, - he was drafted a third 
tour under Capt John Quarles, and Lt Ife Bonwoll?. Called out 
a 4th time under Ca-:'t Mordecai B.- th and Lt Mordocai 

Abraham. ho was at the Siege ;.f Yorktown, - no data as 

to his family 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS PAGE '.: 

51 
LUKE VALENTIi\IE OF VIRGII'Ha SERVIC;:; S 6299 
(a free -^ai :f color) 
He applied in Campbell Co Va 13 Nov 1832 

Hg was a resident of Parish of Russell county of Caiupboll 

Va , age 78 states he entered service under officei^e 

that atcut rr.lddle of May 1780 he was dr-fted into a 

militia company in the ser vice of tne u S under Capt 

Thomas Leftwitch and i-^.t together at New London, in BEDFORD 

CO Vh, iiugustins Leftwitch was the Lieut. I marched to 

Hi.llsbor.ugh N C wli.-re all the Va militia rendezvoused 

X.n that o^^r-paign and w'".-Gre they v/erc organized into 

regiment?, f rrning a brigade under General Stevens, 

The regiment c -.aich Cr^pt Leftwitch company was attached 

was Cu:'.riand3d by Cclo Stuhblcfield and Spencer at which p 

place, fill ' sbnroygh, the Brigade was stationed five or 6 

weeks and from tl-tjr.co marched to S C and joined the regular 

army :it Rugeleys mills, about two days before Gen Gates def . 

defeat ne&r CsTiden and I was in said battle. Tlie company 

to ViThich I belonged v/as fe© so scattered that they were 

noti. ^-t to^'^tnor again so far as I know, and I joined a new 

Pv""rnr:an:y u:izcr Capt Di.nicl iv^itchell of Bedford Co and marched 

to iiil scor: N C early 'n Sept 1781 I think the battle 

of CarriJor. , Gate's d.n.f-.at was in Aug before - Capt Daniel 

Mitchell company was attached to a company of militia 

In the U S service at Hillsboroygh N C and commanded by 

CAPTAIN PHILLIP VtEBBER OF GOOCHLAND COuNTY VIRGINIA 

Lt John Towns -insign John Gris ? which company was 

attached to a rogirnont, uno'or Col Lucas and Major Glen, 

■«i7g-i rgwYi^|-»-»T^TBy from Hillsbor. -j^h we were marched to the 



P.GE 52 
VIMINIA JENSIONS ^^ VALEWIM #36899 continued: 

Cheraw Hills in 3 C and from thence Tiarched to Pittsylvania 
old court house in Va I v/ith the rest of the regiment was 
discte rged about Peo 1 1781 making eight months and a half 
- lis dischi-rgo has been burned v»rith his mother's house 
long sinco. ^^fcout May 1781 I was again drafted from Bedford 
Co Va - state--? he -vas Born in Bedford Co Va and have 
always lived th^.v^ und in Campbell Co Va which was cut off 
from Bedford. - stated ho v, 1,3 born on Felloy? river 

in Bedford Co Va now Campbell Xmas Day 1754 or 1753 

^•et -;.- -;;• •«■ -k- -;.' -);- -j;- -;;- -x- -it ^ 

JOSIAK VALENTINE OP VIRGINIA SERVICE R 18628 

of Virginia Half Pay, National Archives, Acct No 874 ; 

see 050180 half pay, Josiah Valentine. 

At a district court held at the Capitol in Richmond 

Sept 4, 1799. 

Margaret Valentine widovv and representative of Josiah Valentine 

appellant against the Commonwealth (of Va) appeal. 

Prom a decision of the Auditor of Public Accounts rejecting 

the claim of tho appellant for reasons appearing to the court 

It is ordered t/u t this appeal be dismissed. A copy from the 

records of the s;-.;.d - ,.;rt m my possession as clerk of the 

Circuit Superior Court of lav/ and chancery for HENRICO COUNTY. 

Teste; J Robinson, clerk. In tr.^^ above case, besides the 

petition for apueal, the following pcpers r,re filed. I do 

hereby certify that Josiah Valentine was appointed a Li out. 

in the regiment of Artillery commanded by Colo. Thos. Marshall 

sometime in the fall of 1779. Signed 13 March 1792 

by Thos Matthews, Late Lieut Col of Artillery 

at Richmond Apr 1792, 6th. This may certify that Joaah Valentine 



VIRGINIA S£.Rv'lC£ Josiah Valentine R 18628 

Page 
continued co 

This may certif. '.. t Joaiah Valentine joined the regiment of 

State Artillery in 1779 or c-ir- ;.: in 1780 as a lieutenant, 

in vrtiich capacity he continued until after the surrender of Lord 

Cornwallis at York town. Signed by Wi.- Walter Scott, Late Lieut 

S. A. 
The proceeding are copies from the papers in my possession 

clerk of the Circuit Superior Court of law and Chancery for 

Kcnrict county, teste. J Robinson clerk. 

— separate paper: 

I, John Pelly or Petty administrator 

of Josiah Valentine deceased appoint Joseph Legar or Segar 

my attorney to receive from the Government of the U S the 

commutation and interest due the said Valentine for service 

as an officer in the Va state line, in the war of the Revolution 

under Acts of Congress of July 5, 1852. Signed 27 Feb 1850 
by John Petty, in PSB Princess Ann County Va . 

lo-ctor from Pension Office Aug 4 1848 

I, certify ± that I have sxaininod the claim of the a(Jministrator 

of the ]atc Josiah Valentine, who was a Lieutenant in the Va. 

state regiment of artil sry and I find that half-pay under the 

act of July 5, 1832 was allowed by the Treasury Dept, in Feb 

1S34, have the 3 Sept 1783, whereas the allowance should have 

been made from Feb & 9, 1782 when he left the service. My opinion 

is that the half pay now claimed at the rate of |200 per annum 

from Feb * 6, 1782 to 3rd Sect 1783, should be allowed. 

The amount is payable to Thomas Green, atty of John Petty, 

administrator of said Valentine, deceased 

signed Com-nissioner of Pensions 

Winter this on b-ok Acct 5 July 1832. Josiah Valentine deed 

was Lieutenant in the Va state iirtillery regiment. 



VIRGINIA Pi.:.SIuv:s P^GE 54 

John Bailey of Virginia service R 377 
He applied 22 June 1819 in Bath County Kentuc'.cv 
age 62 then or 63. States he enlisted for three years 
at Brunswick County Va Aug or Sept 1776 by one Lieutenant 
Thomas Threadgald under Capt Isaac Hicks of the Regiment 
of Va line, that ha served as first seargoant and was 
commissioned an onsign by John Hancock. that before which 

enlistment on tne daj; of August he continued to serve 

in said corps , or in th^ service of the U S in the continen- 
tal army, agai.:--': tho com on enemy, until about 9th August 
1776 Tfihon he was . oaorably discharged from service in York 
to\7n Va, that he served on . ? i : that in 1775 novas enlisted 
for one year at the above said county by Capt Augustus 
Willis r.nd served in Copt Mascn and Cnpt P^jllioras Company 
of this regiment comi'mdod by Col John Ruff in. 

Robert Bailey and ri^Tk Love made affida its; t' at he 
hr.s five small children by a SECOND wife, with no land 

He maac ap lication again 1824 Aug T..,r:r: at age 68 
residing in Beth C^^ Ky states he enlisted in August 1775 
in Va by Cnpt Augustis ■•»'illi3 ; thct he enlisted a second 
ti;ae Auj 1776 in Brunswick Co Vc , for three years under 
Thread:,-, ill undor Cn_:>t Isaac H_. cks ; that he was in soxjeral 
scraps w" th thw conmion enemy along the coasts of Va and 
was at the sio ;_ - d burning; of Norfolk by the enemy , that 
in first part ^r sv.rrincr 1775 ho performed a volunteer tour 
under Gaot Benjamin -:icrs r-zi-'.nst Lord Dunmore r.nd was 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS - Page 55 

John Bailey continued: 

discharged in Williamsburg Va. Also 

afterwards In the fal': of 1777 of tor his resignation in tho 

regular service t'c.rt he porforiiied a second volunteer tour under 

Ca:'t Henry TazY/,:] at the same time funishing his own horso 

and all other n cessary equipment and was discharged a second 

time at Vdlllanisb'ir 5 Va, aad also in the 1781 ho performed 

J another tour und r : ijawrence House at which time ho was 

ap rointed adjutant of Colo ,John Hclcolm. Regiment of infantry 

and was dischprgod at Eattonns brl i~c Va, all of v/hich Is 

' respectfully submitted to tiie Secretary of War, 

That ho h£s a wife whoso name if JAivE (BAILisY) 

and tviTc small boys living with him, 

. Bath Co Kentucky 1825 

June 20. ^ficavits of Lucy Boyd ago 59 stc't^s thct she 

recollects in the time of the Revolutionary w ar of her brother 

JOH>; BAYLfiY being in service and of his v/riting home for cloths 

and that her father carried cloths to him s while was at Norfolk 

and of his writing hjine to her father frequently from t he ar.iy 

- some of tne firticulars related by Mary Yarbrough - and 

recollects the anif.rms. S Hunting shirt wor-. by her brother 

John i Eayloy, and r .c liccts her sister Mary Yarbrough buying 

tae "Aupolott" for or cf her brrth.:r. affidavit of Udty 

Yarbrough age 67 in 1825, states .tnat ner brother John Bayley camc 

cario homo with a soldier's uniform on and said to all tho 

family ho was enlisted in the Regular Service and that ho 



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J^nr Bailey Rejected c:ntinucd; ^*«:. 5fr 

i 

started t: tho .amy .the next day or ao afterwards and 
thrt her mother was i^uch grieved. ^Ind thnt her br.:)ther John Bayle- 
Bayley frequently wrote letters ;f h^mc from Norfolk while it was 
bcseiged "ty the common enemy, informing his father's family 
of what was passing, - one letter stated t:-at a soldier's head 
v/as shot off close to him and the soldier's tirains_£lew -«Trcrr him 
when he sto.d. i^nd ahother letter stated that ho was almost 
naked and thrt her father ( WILLIi^i BaYLEY) wont down to Norfolk 
with cloths t. hiia and another letter stated thot a «^rt» 
cannon hall, sh. t by the enemy carried away a part of a porch 
and tint tho spli-jt-rji flew in his face. And that she had to 
plow fcr her fath'-^r vaiHo her "or. the r John was in the army. 

ELISHA BAILEY .^:D HANNAH BAILEY W 8344 
OP VIRGINIA SER/ICi; 

He was son of Mory and John Bailey and was born November 20, 1762 
1763. While a resident .^f i^TL^cmarlc C'^ Va, Ellsha Bailey 
enlisted April 1781 and served tVii-ee months as private in Capt 
Leak's Va c^.mpany, -fter which ho returned home. A short time 
after being discharged, he enlisted, date not given, and served 

two months as private in Capt Barnetf^s company. Col Campbell's 
Va rcgim'^nt. He then sor od a tour of throe months as priv to 
in Capt Leak's Ve company and marched to YoTktown whore ho was 
present at tho surrender of C^rnwallis^ 

Tho solcioi' resided in Albcmarlo Co Va , several years after 
the revolutionary v/ar then moved to Lincoln County Kentucky 
where he lived for sometime then moved to Adair Co In Ky. 



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4 **(?«■ S7 

VA. PENSIQNS. BLISHA BiJLEY ^V.D HkKNAK NO W ©&44 ^rx^tinu., 

Ellsha Bailey waa allowed pension on his application executed 

July 1 1833, at which time he was a resident of f»dair Co Ky. 

He died in thjat o ^unty Nov 50, 1841. He married December 19,1782 

Hannah Gay, horr. 5-11 1764. who was the daughtor nf Thomas Gay 

and wife Poggcy. Sh. .3 allowed pension on her application 

executed Mgy 15, 1843, vmilo o resident of i-idair Co Ky, where 

she was still living the fclJdivV'ing year. 

The follov/ing family records ore shown in the pension claim. 

Thomas T. Bailey, son of Elisha Bailey and wife Hannah born April 

3. 1784 married July 12 1809 Policy Atkinson. 

Policy L B-ilcy . born April 1, 1736 

John " July 22 1788 
Betsey Dcccmbor 31, 179 roc:)rd torn 

Samuel B January 19 1796 

Hiram August 18 1798 

Terry ? Dq comber 27 1300 

Blanc Jan 13 1803 

Benjamin Aug 25, 1309 

Hetty Jan 24 1792 

In 1833 one Saiuuol Wllsori, a clergyman and Charles Scaggs, 
both resident s^f Midair G: Ky, a:adu joint affidavit that they knew 
the soldier Elisha Bailoy. 



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VIRGINIA PENSIONS: 

MOSES BAILEY OF VIRGINIA SERvICE S 16626 

Ke was bom in Kenrlco County Va, he enlisted and served two 
years as a private in Capt Janes Price's Va company and guarded 

the public nagazines at Richmond, a few rr.onths after the termina- 
tion of this service, at the time of Arnold's invasion, he enlist- 
ed and served four weeks in Capt David Boles' Va company, after 
this service, ho moved to rlAI^OViiR CO Va enlisted there and 
served six v/ccks in Cart Thomas Richardson's company. Col Boyd's 
Va regiment, marcl':cd to Gloucester and was "at the siege'' until 
peace was declared. Ke was in the battle of Jamestown. 
After the Rcvoluti.n, he moved to Amherst Co Va, thoncc to Georgia 
and thence to iviadis^r: nty Mabaiaa, of which county he was a 

resident when he was al owed ]:cr.s:'- n on his application executed 
Oct 20 1832, at which time ho was a,_,o 77. No other family data 
in this file. 

■K- ^ * * -St ^t -it a -X- * -K- * -A- it ■it V ■it it ■if ■>^ ■it ■it % 

T1:g John Boley which is listed in 1883 book 
I thought perhaps this might ne Baloy, but it is definitely 
Bole;- or Bowloy S 31272 for war of 1312, but of Pauquire Co Va 



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PaG£ 59 
VIRGINIA PENSIONS: NANCY BAIIEY widow of 

ELISHA BAIL£Y BOX 47215, certificate 

535,339 service in Co C 8th I'Zy Vcluntesr infantry pn pension 

agency of Knoxville . Children under 16 in 1899 were 

Heriry C Bailey a-.' idartin L Bailey. Widow Nancy Bailey 

age 55 in Leo .A.^aty Va 1899 ap, lied stating she is the v/idow 

of Elisha Bg le^, , t^at he enlisted 31 ct 1861 in Company C 

or G 8th regieiunu I., .intecrs (served in Civil Vfer) 

that he was honorably discls^ rgsd 3-Jan 1864, and died 25 Fob 

1899 near Dryden Va , that she Woj .r.&rriod to Elisha Bailoy 

and her maiden name was Nancy Young - they marred 23 Apr 1875 

by vVilliCT. R Bailey at VVillia::i R Bailoy' s houso in HARLi^:: COONTY 

KEFTJ.KY, , said Elisha Ralloy having boon previously married 

, and the first wlfo being deceased, that sho has not remarried 

slnco his death, that their children wore named H^^nry C Bailey 

born ^.pril 18, 1834 and Iviartin L Bailey born 3-25-1886 

That soldier had boon ponsionod under xs± certifi ato 

X No 161665. elisha Bciicy made statement 1898 June 4, 

states maiden n;-;r.e of his v/ife v;as Nancy Young, they married 

4-23-1875. tl.-.t ho kept a record in Pamlly Biblo 

That maiden n\:..^ of ";:ls former wife v/as Martha Jamison, and 

that he kept no r-:. , of ray first marriage. I ha.e five 

children "KATE BAILEY BORi' FE;; 1376. Goorge T. Bailoy born 187^ 

1879, C. H. Bailey bom 1881 , II. C._Bailcy born 18^0, M. Bailc 

Bailey 
born 1C35. Tno full nako of the children were Martin Luther 

Eailey and Henry Clinton Bailey. 

Letter fron: the Clorl: of Harlan County Kentucky 1399 

showing Elisha Bailoy was married to Nancy Young April 23,1375 

by W. R. Eailey Justice of the Peace, Harlan Go Ky 



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^* VA PENSIONS continued: 

Affidavit in Lee Co Va, by H. L. Bailey age 45 a resident of 

Drydon county of Lee, and H. C. T. Bailey age 47 resident of same 
place made 1899, states we lived a near neighbor to Elisha Bailey 
at the time of death of his first wife, Martha Bailey, we saw 
her after she was dead, ho were at her burial . about Aug 1873. 
-- iiffidnvit of E:rvey Young in Leo Go Va ago 56, stating 
Elisha Bailey sor ed in Co. G 8th Ky, No 695,577. 
and Jomes Parsons u, 30 both of Lee Go, state wo knew Elisha 
Bailey, husband of ilanc., ever since he was of marriagbie ago 

and that he was never air.rriod uutil he niarriod Martha Jamison and 

and she died and he married Kc.ncy Young, and knew him until ho 

died, . Affidavits in Lcc Cc Ky 1399 by ? C l/V S Reason ago 

54 J a resident of Turkey Cove, and J ivl Bnilcy ago 52 PC Oliagor 

Lee Co Vo . States we lived in a few alios of her father's home. 

an 1 Rebocca Collins ago 33 of Big Stone Gap, V/iso Co Va . 

stating she v/as nurse for Nancy Bailey when her two children wore 

born DISCrlt.RGE PAPERS SKO!V 

PRIViiTE ELISHA BAILEY of Ca t John h Roberts, Company D of the 

4th Ky Rogi^wHt of U 3 Veteran kounted Infantry was enlisted 

by Lieut Park, 3th Rc.3,iaont of Ky Infantry, Vols, at SHELL 

MOUND. TE' NESSEE ,. r. 4th Jan 1364 to serve throe years states 

that HE WAS BOPl' ;::■ HARLA?.; COUNTY KENTUCiCY , is age 27, 

that during the pcsi; i.: months he has boon unfit for duty 60 

days. \vas transferred fro.T: the Cth regiment of Ky Vol Infantry 

S No 26 Hdi^s. Dpt of the Curaoerland , Jan 26 136 (last 

figure blurred) and assigned to dut.^ in Co. D, 4th Ky Inf. per S 

dated Hd<;irs. 4th hy L I Waterloo, 16, 1365. No full description 

list of this man has ovor been received In the company. 



VIRGINIA PE;:sIONS 

Page 6i 

BEKJAlVilN MARTIN OF VIRGINIA SERVICE R 6936 
and Anna Martin 

Declaration made by Ann Martin, a resident of Hall County, 

Georgia age 79 last June the 7th day, tnereof . This declaration 

made February 12 1845. states that she was married to her husba- 

and Benjamin Martin 2nd June 1785 in Cumberland County Virginia 

by a protostant cla rgynan hj the name of McCrary. That her 

said husband 3er\-6d as o private in the Revolutionary war as she 

understands r.nd believes altornatcly from 1781 until the close 

of the vi;ar Dooon >'t rocollocts to have heard her husband name 

some of the officer^ under whom he served but dont recollect 

names of any except a Csptain N^'t^ an Patterson and General 

Green. and remembers that he -:'::.tionod being in the battle 

at KINGS MOUNTAIN IN NORTH CAROLINA and at a place then 

called NINETY SIX South Carolina. That Benjamin Martin resided 

in Cumberland Co Va v/hen he entered service and ± continued 

thuro until the close of the v*rar. That they lived together 

until the death of Benjamin 16th December 1814 during which 

time they had Eight Children, to wit; THOMAS L. ^viARTIN 

£.LIZAE£TK MARTIN: MaRY ruiiRTIN: JOHN MaRTIN: SUSANNAH MARTIN: 

AMU MARTIN: FaN>IY il^RTIN Ai'jD LUCY r:..RTIN: That he died 

leaving her hms v/idow, and she still is his widow. 

--AFFIDAVITS 0?: Isaac Fiklo and Lucy Doaton and also 

Thomas L. Martin in Hall Co Ga 1845 ; Thomas L makes the 

following statcTxcnts; t-at he was prsonally acquainted with 

Benjamin Martin the husband, cf Anna Martin; that he is the 

son of said Benjamin and Anna, and knovi?s they lived together 

until he died 1816 in Kali Co Ga ; that his father brought 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS Page 52 

his discharfeca home from service on.: they have since been 

burnt up ih t) ' c deponents house in Hall Co Ga . 

Isaac Pikle s: ci^s he became acquainted with Benjamin and wife 

in 1812v*ien tr.e: . living together and they continued to 

until his death; th .. 'onjar.iin Mr.rtin said himself that he 

served as a private in the ,;■:!• .:" the Revolution; and was 

gencraly considered in the neighborhood to have been a soldier 

of the Revoluti'-'n. :<irs . Lucy Doaton states she was 

acqcuaintod v/ith bBcnjamin iiartin , that k. she is the daughter 

of Benjamin and Anna Martin, tnat she was acquainted with them 

for five years, and knows they lived together until ho died 

AFFIDAVIT made in Oglethorpe County, Georgia 

1845 March 27 by Martin Dowdy, age 79 states he is 

personally acquainted v/lth tlrs Anna Martin and v;as acquainted 

with her husband Benjamin iviartin. Thot he was not present 

at the marriage but saw the parties afterwards and was informed 

infor:iod th-t ti cy had been legally married by a protestant 

clergyman n-nmed . ' . rj in CUI/iBERLAND CO VA ; that he knew 

both parties at th>j time of t'-'eir marriage and for several 

years afterwards, that they liv - ' togehthor ; that they had 

several children , that he does not recollect the names of 

any of them except Ti-omas L. Mary and John, that Benjamin 

Martin livud in C^ berla.nd Co Va until the close of the 

Revolutionary war. 

Stephen Martin of Hall c" Ga in 1853 appointed a 
power cf attorney in Washington to prosecute his claim. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE Pjjce 

53 

BENJi^IAIN M..RTIN AND NiiNCY MARTIN ^ R 6965 VIRGINIA SERVIC^. 

It appears t'. • t "vinjainin Martin son of Henry Martin 

was born July 8, 1758 in Fauquier county Virginia. 

lA/hile living there enlisted and served in the Virginia 

Troops as follows; Prom September 1775 for six months as 

private in Capt William Pickett's Company, Colonel Toliver's 

regiment and was in skirmishes and at the battle of Norfolk. 

From August 1776 f:r three months as private in Capt 

James Winn's cc^mpany under Col Ellas Edmunds. Prom Sept 

1777 for three months as Corporal under C^pt Benjamin 

Harrison, Colonel Martin Pickett's regiment. Prom Aug 1780 

for six months as First Sergeant in Captfiins Francis Triplott 

and John Combs' company and was at the battle of Cowpens. 

He was allowed pension on his application executed March 

25, 1833, while a resident of BARREN COUNTY KiiWTUGKY. Ho died 

died there Sertc-Tibr r 20, 1838. Soldier married June 20, 

178i in Fauquier C: Va, tc Nancy Kemper who was born March 27 

1760. She died in Barren Crunty Kentucky June 9 1841. They 

had the following children; 

LETTY ..liJtTIN BGKN APRIL 4, 1782; NATHAN MARTIN b 9-3-1783 

1788 
JOHiv MkRTIN born Nov 13 1785; Betsey Martin, born May 21,/ 

Mary Martin, bom 3-1-1790 married a Cole 

Nancy Martin born Sept 4 1792; 

Rebekah Martin born May 3 1798 married a Grider 

Benjamin H Martin b 7 -10-1800; Lucinda Martin b 7-6-1802 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS Page i 64 

AZARIAH IvIARTIN AiND LUCY W 554 Virginia Service 

(there were several by this same name; therefore some 

confusion). Hov;ever this is the only Azariah Martin found 

on file in the pension records - he volunteered in Amherst 

County Court House under Ensign Jonathan Roid. He enlisted 

late in 1780, served about 3 months as private underhis 

uncle. Captain Azariah ivl^tin. He enlisted s onetime in Feb. 

1781. served 3 months as private in Capt James Dillard's 

Company, Col Rose's Va regiment. He served again 1781, 3 mo. 

In Capt James Burnett's Company, Col. Hugh Rose's Va regiment 

and was at the battle of Jamestown, This Azariah Martin 

moved to Kentucky about 1791 or 1792. He was allowed pension 

on his application executed Aug 27 1832, then age 68, a 

resident of Clay County Kentucky. Ho died April 15 1834 in Rock 

Rockcastle County Kentucky (which is a nearby county) . He 

married April 1791 in Amherst county Virginia, to Miss lAicy 

Rodos. She was born and reared in Amherst county and was the 

daughter of Ch;.rles Rodes, v/ho was living in Amherst copity 

1791, at which house she v/as married. The name of the mother 

of Lucy is not given. The marriage bond of Azariah Martin 

and lucy nodes was dated April 20 1791, and at this time he 

was referred to as Azariah ivlartin. Junior of Madison County ; 

reference was nado at the sano time to another Azariah 

Martin, but thero was no relationship shown. The widow Lucy 

was allowed pensi n -n her application executed Feb 28, 1840 

then age 74, and living in Modlson Co Ky where she was still 

living 1843. They reared a family of six children, only name 

shown v/as LIBERTY B. MARTIN who was born 1812 and was 
living in Madison Co Ky. 



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I 

I VIRGINIA PENSIONS p^e^ 

j WILLIAM Martin, brother of the soldier, Azariah Martin,, 

was age 74 in 1840 and also resided in Madison Co Ky. To get the 
final payment if needed quote Lucy Kartin, widow of Azariah 
Certificate No 283, ios. "id June 10 1843, Rate of $36.66 per annum 
, commenced 3-4-1842, Act cf Morch 3 1843 Ky Agency. 



DAVID MARTIN OF VIRGINIA SERVICE R 6939 

Ho was of Goochland Cnunty Va, and applied for pension Nov 21, 

1836 while a resident of H.^RDIN COUNTY KY age 75. He alleged that 

thc-t vidiile living in Goochland C^ Va ho enlisted about 1779 or 

1780, served six months as private in Capt Joseph ii Leek's Va 

company and that he was engaged in guarding the Burgoyno men who 

were prisoners in ALBEMARLE CO VA; that ho enlisted for a second 

tour in 1781, and that ho served six months as private in Capt 

William ivliller's Company, Col Taylor's Va regiment. The claim 

was not allowed ts he failod to furnish pro.f of service a s 

required by the pension law. No reference was made to a wife. 

In 1854 soldier's sen, MOAB MARTIN, referred to himself as one 

of the heirs of the soldier, D^vid Martin, number of heirs 

wore not designated. 

^ ■» ■it ■it -a -% it it * it it a it it it it it it it it it it 

ELIZABETH Mx.RTIN POFiVxERLY WIDOW OP JOHN ARCHER 

W 5348, and Va Half Pay Act July 5 1832, Va Sea Service 

Elizabeth Martin age 86 applied in Norfolk 22 Aug 1842 

- applied by virtue of her first marriage ;vith John i^rcher who 

was a Lieut'^nant in the Va Navy In the War of The Revolution, 

his services vshich wore rendered previous to her marriage ; that 

he served under C^pt George Rogers on board the look out boat 

the liberty and was captured by the enemy. 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS Page ^g 

She further stat<"-s -- • maidon name was ELIZABETH CALVERT, that 
she married Lt Archer in the Ecr ugh of Norfolk 3-12-1792 
at the residence of her mcth'-r M.xf(Y CALVERT, and she was 
married by Rev James V/hitchoad of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church, and John Archer died 18 Oct 1793, and in 1799 she 
again married ALEXANDER MARTIN, and Alexander Martin has been 
dead many years, probably thirty years or more, (when she made 
this application 1842); that she has always resided in 
Norfolk; that the heirs of John Archer obtained from the state 
of & Va land and money for the services of said John Archer 
during the Revolution 



ADAIv'i M.-^RTIN Al® MARY MARTIN OF VIRGINIA SERVICE 
R 6961 

He was born Septorfoer 23, 1755 and that he married Marhc 16 

1778, Mary McMillin, vvr.o \vas born March 16 1762. He died in 

Saint Louis County Missouri j-.pril 14 1835, and she died April 16 

1850. Their children were: 

LEWIS MiiRTIN BORi\' iviiiRCK 7 1779 

Jane Martin born August 30 1780 died Apr 23 1814 

David Martin born Sort 28 1732 ;;Mary M Martin b 9- 1 1784 

Nancy A Martin married a Musick, she was born Oct 1 1787 

died June 27 1814 

Elizabeth Martin born Feb 20 1790 

Jehoida or Johoiada Martin born Apr 20 1794, died 11- 22 1844 

Jonathan P Martin b 11 27 1799 Robert N Martin b 5- 8-1804 

On May 24 1352, the son Lewis Martin, a resident of Saint 

Louis, Missouri, applied for pension in behalf of himself and 

his surviving oistors and brothers, namely; M/iRY HILDERBRAND: .- 



VIRGINIA PMSIONS: Pa^^ 67 

£DAi.. AND MiJ?Y MARTIN R 6961 continued; 

Elizaloth I'feitley vho was also called Elizabeth Hall, David 

Martin, Jonathan Martin cxni R.;bcrt N. Martin. 

He alleged th.-t his fathor: Adam Martin, while living in Augusta 

County Virginia, ser^/c:! during the Rcvclution in the Virginia 

troops, and was prossont at the capture of Cornwallis, but the 

claim was net all. /^cd, as he did not furnish any further data 

as to his father'^ a..:. cos. 
'« «- -;.- w itit it ^ -it ^ -;;- -x- 

Mlliam Ncwsome of Vir-^'.n:'. Service S 5808 

He was bom about 1750, place not stated but resided in 

Southampton County Virginia from childhood. Vi/hile residing in sax 

said county enlisted and served six tours of six weeks each 

under Captain Abraham Mitchell, Briggs, Arthur Boykin, Rodgers, 

William iidmuhds and Owen .dyrick and Cclonols Bonjamin Blunt and 

Wells in the Virginia troops and was at the siege of Yorktown and 

surrender of Cornwallis. No dates are given for any of the above 

services. He was allowed pension on his application executed 

June 17 1833 at which time he was a resident of Southampton 

County Virginia., whore he stated he had always lived except for 

one period of fcvT months spent in the state of North Carolina. 

There are no dat^ . .: to his family. There was a lAra J T Abbett 

wrote In from Portland Oregon Nov 2 1932, asking for record of 

William Newsom or Newsomo fror; iallipolis, Ohio or thereabouts. 

She stated "My great grand mother was Mary Newsom known as Polly 

and was daughter of kn and Mary Newaona of Gailipolis,Ohio . She 

was married to Andrew Gwinn of y^est Va, near Gallipolis, . O|iio. 



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VIRGINIA PENSIONS PAGE 

WILLIAi- NEWSL'. OR NEliiSAIvi OP VIRGINIA SERjTCE S 4612 
He applied in I-i-ury County Tennessee October Term 1832 

ago 72- Stat s ' -, 3 BORN 1761 Aug 28, in South Hampton 
County Virginia- t'lc.t he was raised among among his relatives 
in different parts of the state. In 1779 ho was living in 
GREENVILLE COUNTY - applicant turned out as a volunteer under 
Ccx)t iMn Nelson, a sen of General Nelson, Capt Nelson j 
most this company was high young Virginians who did n.t who 
did not need or care for pay, -f .rnished themselves and held 
themselves in readiness to fight in defunco of tneir countty 

- in spring 1779 one month down tc Haipton on tho coast- 
frorn Hampton he returned houie until further orders and 
remained 3 or 4 months. This is a very hard pension to read 

- but the govcrnnent clork who wrote it hs up states: 

Date of enlistment or appointments are 

Spring 1779 2 months, a private, under Capt Vto Nelson in Va 

Fall 17V9 3 mont'is, under Oaot Wn Nelson, 

" 1 month V:ader .,r'„i3toad •' ■ 

" 3 or 4 v/eeks un/jor ka.]-r ':..±n::r 

1781 2 or 3 weeks under Short 

residence in Greenville Co Va, date of application for 

pension Oct 29 1852, rcsi'ience in Maury Co Tenn - age at 
date of application , 'r.cvn Aug 28 1761, in Southampton Co Va 

Soldier's father died before his birth rmd his mother a few 
days after, - their names are not strted. After the war he livc, 
lived in NORFOLK VA until 1820 - there is no other family data - 

It w&!s 1820 he roiriovcd to Tennessee and settled in 

Maury Co 



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VIRGINIA PENSIONS : Va and N C Service S 1820 

NATz-IAN GAN or Gan 

He states he was raised in Halifax County Virginia. vi/hile a 
resident of that county he enlisted in October 1776 and 
served about six months in Capt Verney's Va company. 
He moved to the frontier of NORTH CAROLINA and settled in 
Vk-ashington County which was later TEN:>IESSEE. In March mw 
1778 he was a lieutenant in Captain iviilllkin's company 
of North Carolina militia and ser ed a tour against the 
Chickamauga Indians, served a tour under Capt Hubbard, also a 
tour under Or.ptaln ?;oore and Colonels Vvotten and Cleveland, was i 
in an expedition c^^.i-it the CHSROKEE INDIANS, four months under 
under Captain Michael Harrison and Colonel Sevier; in the 
winter of 1779 served al ost six months in Captain Gibson's 
company as a horseman to range th^.- frontier; three months in 
Captain Christopher Taylor's company in Col Sevier's regiment 
and was in the battle of Kings Mountain; a tour of 3 months agai 
a;-cinst the overhill Indians in C^'pt Christopher Taylor's 
company under Colonels Sevier and usmpbell. He states that he 
served nine months as a lieutenant and 22 months as private 

He was allowed pension on his application executed Sept 
1832 10th, then age 73 and living in Wcahlngton Co Tennessee 
Eo died July 18 1339 in Y/ashington Co Tenn.; leaving widow 
Sarah - In 1856 wide?/ then dead and a minor child Sarah S.Gann 
19 years of a£C > r:3lding in & Titus County Texas- Samson and 
Hary M Gann or Gonn .n 1855 resided in Cherokee ? Co Tex. 
No relation?^ 



VIRGINIA PEI^SIONS: TIIOi.lAS GANN Pago 70 

OF NORTH CAROLItTA S^RVICxl BORN IN VIRGINIA NO S 3388 

Applied in Hamilton County Tonnessoe October 3 1836. 

A revolutionary war pensioner personally appeared in open court 

states ht_ has lest his pension certificate on which he was 

entitled tc receive ^50 per ani.um, on 4th iiarch and 4th Sopt 

every year, t t there are now 3 payments in arrears 

2 affiants st t t :g;- have boon acquaiintod wich him for 

several years past ia Har.ilton Co Ten' . His pension certificate 

was dated 1842 Jan 21 oro v;..3 p' id to the adr.iinistrator of 

Thouios Gann, deceased at the Knoxvllle Agency. 

In 1832 Aug 29, he personally applied as a resident of 
the county of Hamilton Tennessee, age then 68, states ho 
entered service under following officers, that he -was drafted 

ar.d entered service under Gapt fe Trimble and Col John 
Sevier m upper part of North Car- lina and now i/jashington 
County Tennessee, and marched under thert: t.. High Hills of 
Santoe in S.uth Car ^- lina and joined army un:fler Gf;neral Greene, 
v/here the rugiment t- v/hich this applicant belonged remained 
two or three days and marched to General ivlari^^'n's head quarter 
above Charleston S C and joined him under whose command 
this ap^.licant served about 4 months and discharged while 
at Goncral Marion's station, he believes by Cr 1 Sevier and 
retur'iod home, ser ■cd 5 months as a h-rseman, finding his own 
horse, soon after he returned home, he was appointed Caot 
of a lightborse company ^nd comisissioned by Governor Martin 
of N C. and ser ed off and on as a ranger on the frontiers of 
N C until after termination, and was in skirmish in iriimediate 
vicinity of Kings iviountain, on that day the battle was fought 
and receivod a wound on his head by British dragoon, he 

was not dirootly o::a'aged in battle ' f Kings Mountain, after thu 

ter:rdnation of Revo ho served under General Sevier until the 

termination of the Cher kec war ani was in several . 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS Page 

71 

THOMAS GAN-. CONTINUED: 

s^ci rill she s with th^ Indiana and was in a sharp cngaguLiont 
'.vit': thcr.: at the P.^r^ of Coosa and Hightownr river on a little 
above this engagement was the last which this applicant renerabor; 
-bers t'. have been in, the Indian war, so;'.n after terminated 
and this applicant ret:-rnt. d honio. Prcn the co:-n:".iGnonco;nont to 
tae torminntion of the Indian war, considered hi'iisclf in the 
service of the Un' - otates, or State of North Carolina about 
six years v^nd roceivsd pay in continental money fron paymasters 
Groer and Guess and othora net recollected, except the last 
pasrment after the ternlnation of t ho Cherokee war which wasin 
good money and paid to i-Iajor Ja:.'.es Steward at the War Department 
ai:u by him patd over to this applicant. This applicant was 
BORN IN VIRGINIA; from Yhence his father nioved when he was about 
14 .r 15 years old to WASHINGTON COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA 1766 
or it iuignt be 1764? March 17, the record of his age was in 
a boOk (Gator's letters) which book he believes to be 
in his brother's possession in WASHINGTON COU]\tTY TENN. He x has 
stated where he lived v/hen called into service he lived then 
between 20 an-fi 25 years and moved to RHEA COUNTY TENICESSEE 
where ho lived eight or nino years, from there to this county 
(Hamilton) whore h, '^ s resided for the last nino or ten years 
and still resides. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE VIRGINIA SERVICE S 3l672 r^ge 72 

HE APPLIED F - =;i ON IN Clark county Georgia, applied in person 
AGE 68, HE WAS B'.-' WKKLENSERG COUiViTY VA , APRIL 8 |764 which was 

IN THE Family bible w-! i ch h\^ thfr possessed a few years ago and 

FROM WHICH HE HAD TAKEN IT, UijTIL SEPTEMBER l780, HE ENLISTED UNDER 

Capt J. Falkner in Colonel Moore's regiment, as a substitute in the 
Place of David Allen the above service was rjenoered in North Carolina. 
Enlisted from Mecklenber . Co Va under Elijah groves, states that he 
emigrated to Georgia i783 and lived in Richmond and Columbia counties 
until i807 and resident of Clark County Ga ever since. 

WiLLlAiVl JONES Ai\;D iMILlY JONES or 

(Emily) Land warkant No ii950, and bounty land 

warrant, 9197 -160-55. of Georgia and VIRGINIA SERVICE. Wm Jones 

APPLIED IN Jasper Co Georgia i829, states he enlisted i776 in Virginia- 

UNDER Capt Joseph Purnell coMMAr4DED BY Col Samuel Elliot, in the 

LINE of the St: T-- F oE riGiA, aND SERVED UNTIL l779,- HE OWNED (.Ol 

ACRES IN Jasper j. .•. , 202 acres in Pike Bounty, his family consis- 
ted of six Milly his wife, f .r Daughters, Jane, lucy age i6, NancytI4, 

KllLLY I2 AUD ONE son JOSEPH AGE 8 - f^.ARRlAGE BOND CERTIFIED COPY FILED 

FR.'M Greene Zo, Georgia, Wm jones a'MD Emilia Patenson married 
1808 Jan 4, the .vidow applied for pension in Jasper Co Ga i853 
HARRISON JONES pension No S 25603 Virginia Service 
States he was born i753 and enlisted in Cumberland County Va, resided in 
IN Virginia and Georgia. Resided i836 in Marshall County Mi ssissi ppi 

DIED I-I2-I8 (a peculiar seal cs attached t^ these records) 

In Morgan County Ga i822, is an affidavit of two doctors, Wm R. 
Wellborn and John Walker, a letter from the WaR Department i839 

states This soldier became a pensioner at a very eaRly age and WaS 
transferr'D i3iu T- the rolls of Georgia and paid at that agency. 



73 

Page ^^ 
VIRGINIA SERVICE: HaRkISon JONES S 25603 CONTINUED: 

He «as first on the Va pension rolls, affidavit in Morgan County 

Ga. |84C by JVm JOHNSTON, WHO STATES HE HAS BEEN ACQUAINTED WITH H. JONES 

Senior, and that said '.Vm Johnston, received his hensi :n at the Savannah 
Ga, F,i'< him as his power of att.rney. Also affidavit of Elijah E. Jones 

he *aS ACqUftlNTEO WITH HaRRISCN JONES IN CUMBERLAND Qc Va, AND AFTER THE 

WORDS ''IN Clark Co in the State a.mo which he resided a'-o at the time 
Was boarder in his Family, mentioned that he hao removed to Mississippi 

The Soldier was wounoeg at the battle of GuilfjRO. This affidavit 
signed i84C fyiADE IK Balowin Co Ga, i839, by Ed*aRo Young Hill, judge of 

THE SUPERIOR court A.'io -■? F >iE HIM HaRRISON JONES, JR. APPEARED. S^N OF 

HaRhison Jones, 3r . States he is wtl, iC(^UAiNTEo with Hanna Jones, 

FORMERLY vjF MORGaN CC NOW OF MaRSHALL C-UNTY MISSISSIPPI 1 839 AND WHO WaS 
ON THE PENSION ROLL OF GE.RGIa, DURING 1 825 TO 1 83l Ai-»D THE AFFIDAVIT WaS 
REGARDING HIS LEG 3EING AMPUTATED. JOHN L- WaLKER WaS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 

IN iVi-RGAN Co i840. State of Mississippi, ^'iarshall Co, personally appeared 
8EF.RE James Henders.n J P of Said county, Harrison Jones- service, that 

CERTIFIES That HaRRISON WaS age 30 and filed a CoPY of the FOLLOWING: 

"Late a private in the militia of Cumserlanu Co who was disabled 

T- SUCH AM EXTENT T. EiMTITlE HIM T. l5 LBS. aNi'JUaLLY WHICH ALLOWANCE WAS 
ACCORDINGLY ^»aDF: HIM To COMMENCE 1 786 JaNUaRY. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AS GOVER 

OF THE G jMmcmv/ealt-: of Va i787 j^n 25 at Richmond, signed Edmond Raider 

This affidavit \t: whioh HaRRison Jones filed the above papers was 
Made i840 a^^d he st^teo >-{e had removed; to Mississippi. 4 years previous and 

settled in A/iftRSHALL C U,.T , I 840 MARSHALL Co PREV. PERSONALLY APPEARED 

JuHN P Jones ano Dr. Eldon j^nes, th.- ne f LaFayette C.unty and the 2no 
OF Marshall county in the state aforesaid and state they aRf the reputed 

S„NS oF THE WITHIN NA.n^EO PENSIONER, HaRRISON JONES aND HAVE KNOWN HIM FOR 
MORE THAN 40 YEARS AliiJ KNOW THAT HE RESIDED IN MORGAN Co 6a AND BE F -R E THAT 



VIRGINIA PBMSiONS "HARRISON JONES S25603 continued: 

Page 74 

IN Cumberland Co Va • It is noted the widow of Harrison Jones was pension- 
ed 9-4~i839 to Jan i2-l84i states "see letter to Hun J Thompson, House 
OE Kepwesentati VES" 2-6-1840 also 2-13-1840, 

* ;, * J|. :f. ^ >t ;i< -, ^ :». ;(, * ^ s^ :f >[. . * r. j, 

RICHAhJ ViLulAWS Ril6i4 VIRGINIA PENSIONS, PRI NCE GecRGE Co. 
applied for PENSl .fM AGE 84 JUNE || I 844- , STATES HE ENLISTED ON JaMES R I VE R 
known SINCE AS FCrtT PO'HATAM where ft.AJOR Ja.JES LOCKE COMl^flANDED. ThE 
NEXT TOUR UNDER RlCHA''i:D .ILLUi.iS aS CaPTaIN. MENTIONS AFFIDAVIT OF 

John Ep^s, who WaS a soldi ek in th? Rev -luti onary WaR, said John Epps made 
IN Prince George Cj Va, that Richakd 'i/iLL i a'-'S Senir-.( as well as himself) 

A SJLDIER IN THE «E VCLUTI ON aRY WaR AND WaS WITH HIM AT THE BATTLE OF 

Petersburg Va- Signeo i844. R.bert Gilliam was clerk of the county 
Court of Prince >je.rges Co Va (844. 

JA.. ES S. Wilson, pension no R. 11659 Virginia Service 

S.N of ben V/iLSON BORN FEB 6 , 1 765 IN CUMbERLAMD Co Va AND RESIDED THERE 
AT ENLISTMENT. In 1 337 RESIDED IN KENAWHA Cc Va 3N OCT |9 I 837 , PERSONALLY 
APPEARED IN OPEN C^URT 3EF.SE H^N LEWIS SU/.ViERS, JUObE OF THE CIRCUIT 
SUPERIOR COUST F Ka-.'A'«HA Cu, THE AO>-VE Jf^i^AES SV/lLS.N, RESIDENT OF SaIO 
C.UNTY AGE 73 STATES HE WaS B..RN |N CuUBERi. AND CO VA 1 765 FEB 6, AND NATIVE 
STATE BECAME TsE SEAT .F Vv'AR IN 1 780 HE BECAME A VOLUNTEER AND WHILE A 
BOY LIVING WITH HIS FaT. : Z -L BEN W|LS0N IN CUMBERLAND CC Va, MARCHED 

UNDER CAf'T Robert aijdeaSju a.'mu C jl G: de, t:. Richmond and continued in 
SERVICE until Cornwallis Matched int. va, at which time he was attached to 
The artillery an- engaged in commanding the latter place (Petersburg) 
then in the possession of the csri ti Sh That from thence he joined the Marquis 
DelaFayette, army at Kichmono in spring AbouT i.,;iy i76l, remembers that 
CcL EdwaRO CaRkingt n Was in command and WaS personally known to him aS he 
Was one jF neighsors alSc at one time under Ca^t Creed Haskins or 



VIRGIMIA PENSIONS PAGE 75 

^^A./.?5 S '.Vit.sni» R ■♦♦660 soMTiUuED 

NEIGHBORS ALSO AT ONE Tl .. JNOER CaPT CREED H'SKlliS OB HfOS4<*-MS.? mui LEFT M-»S 
COMMAND IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF OLD u '- " '.Vim, TO T*KE HIS SEAT IN THE 

General Assembly of Va , of which he was member from Cumberland Co, he is 

NOW A RESIDENT OF KaNAWHA Go AND HAS RESIDED THE.*C f.UR YEaRS AND WJCl^tCUJS 
TkERFTO RESIDED IN CuMBtRLAND CO. A PORTION OF HIS Llf'E HAS BfetN SEENT 

IN Buckingham C. Affidavit jF Andrew S. Morrison, a clergyman residing 
IN Kanawha Co and RichaRO E. Putney a physician resident tf Sai o county 
states they are well acquainted with the soldier. In i839 he sent in 

ANOTHER APPLICATION AWJ TWO WITNESSES WERE JaMES BROWN , A CLERGYMAN OF SaIO 
COUNTY AND I^an lEL RuFFNER SIGNED ALSO - VaN 6. REYNOLDS.- JOHN HANSFORD JR. 

F Patrick, Alex. .'/allace, Wm R. Cox, Felix g. Hansf.kd, siigned as witness. 

* * * * : :i^*r. * * •- K *■ *■ 

WILLlAf/ WILSON R I 1 686 VIRGINIA, Norfolk county, 5-19-1834 
Personally appeareo in said ccunt/, who was a resiofnt of the town of 
Portsmouth, age 72 staTts that eaRly in 1777 he was age i6- place all his 
Father JchJ'* Wilson, who Was Cjl.nel :f ;;'ilitia in county of Norfolk, Va 

AS a private in the CuMfANY ^F Li I L I Tl A , COyMAi-lDEO BY JOSIaH WilSON. Th I S 
COMI?ANY Was CaLl4D INT SERVICE IN THE REVOLUTIONARY Wa*^. HIS CaPTaIN SaID 
JOStAH V^ILS N Was KlLLEL BY THE REFUGES ABOUT THE MIDDLE OF 1 778 , THAT HE 
SERVED NINE MONTHS PRIOR T.. THE DEATH OF SaIC JOSI AH . AND AFTER HIS DEATH 
HE VOLUNTEERED UNDER C APT WM HaLL, IN THE SaME REGIMENT, WHICH SERVICES 

ENDED i780. In 1779 Said Colonel John '"ilS-n died and the command of th 

THE REGIMENT DEVOLVED ON MaTHEW GODFREY AND aFTEK THE DEATH OF THE TWO 
AliOVE PERSONS, HE SERVED UNOEft C A .'"T JJHN PaRTTOCK IN THE INFANTRY AND IN 
THE COMPANY :F C A PT PaYNE , OF THE CaVALRY OF SaID COUNTY, THAT HE IS N .W 

AGE 72, N/Iay 19, 1334, he WAS BORw IN RftRISH OF SA»NT BflJDES: NORFOLK CO 
Va l2-4-i76l . A.- Vi/as living the^e with his father when called into service 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS WILlIAi WILSON R 11686 continued P*ge 76 

AND CONTINUE J TO LIVE THERE UNTIL 1 794- WHEN HE REMOVED TO PORTSMOU-TO IN 

Norfolk county. he states, see Wertz life of Patrick Henry. He was go- 

G0VERN9R OF Va AN ACecUNT IS GIVEN OF HIS SER8ICE. Th E PARTICULAR WARFARE 

IN Norfolk County is a matter of hist-Ry. he had been clerk of the county 
Court fjR more than 40 years. Power of attorney a*"'-'ointeo by Wm h Wilson 

F.R THE heirs jF WmV/ILS^N |85| - HIS RESIDENCE WAS PORTSMOUTH. HE 

states that 'iVwi .ViLS.N Was his father. In a letter ab^ut the above claims 
IT is also oiscluSeo tsat xh^ claim of Mrs. Martha king widow of Miles 
King deceased is mentijnel;. 

JOHN WINDLE R 11702 Virginia. Shenandoah County Va, 1 837 
The above named soldier resident .f said county, age 72 states he was 
drafted i78i in Frederick Co Va and served 3 months as a soldier k and in 
Said tour was stationed at Winchester Barracks. Frederick Co Va tc guard 
prisoners Taken by Ge';eral Worgan, at the battle of the Cowpens and WaS 
commanded by Capt. John RunnellS, and Lt Jacob Grim, of the Virginia 
Militia and the saio Capt John Runnels was commanded at the baRRacks 
AT the time he Was in the service and discharged i78« by Lt. Jacob Grim, 

A'.AIN DREW l7dl IN FREDERICK Co AND WaS C O.V.:,' AND ED BY C A *-T W'M TaYLOR AND 

LT. John Petek Heiskell an ei^sign CaStlema.-'* , he WaS discharged by Capt 
Wm Taylor |732 C jl Joseph Holmes, commanded at Winchester. Two J 

acquaintances WErtE '^AviES LJTTELL A ' D JaIES McCaN , AMBROS HENKEL A 
CLERGYMAN, RESIDING .-r\;NOOAH Co Va, STaTE THAT "I AM WELL ACQUAINTED 

WITH JOHN P. WinOLE AND HAVE HEARD THE SOLDIER SPEaK OF BEING IN THE REVOLU' 

-Ti onaRy Wak . The solDIek states hi .i;..:^ bORi IN WINCHESTER VA 1 764- December 
3i , - LIVED IN Winchester Va when callej int.. service and in Shenandcah 

C. SINCE the REv'.-LUTI .N AN NoW LIVES THERE. 



VIRGINIA PENSlOi^S Pace 77 

.lAivi Wlf^GFiELD R II7I5 applied « for 

PENSION IN Hanover Co Va May 2c i o4t . -cSonally appeared before ChaRles P 

Goooall, J P. The soldier Wm '.Vingfielj, appeared age 84. he entered 

SERVICE |778 uND-h< C A PT ThomaS TrwillIam? and Capt Stople To«les. 

He REMEMBERS THAT CoL MORRIS, WaS IN COM./.aND DURING THE REST Cf" HIS S 
SERVICES. HE THEN LIVED IN GOOCHLAND J WHILE HE WaSUNDER CaPT ToWlES 

HE Was born in Hanover County where he has always lived except one year 
IN Goochland. He was Born April l76l- his first tcur was to substitute 
FOR HIS Father. Affidavit uf Garland Jaes A- clergyman, residing in H 
Hanover Co Va 1345 — •- affidavit of Eomond GilmaN, who made oatvi that 

he Was well ACqUAlNTEL WITW Wm "jVinGFIELD, HAl^ KNOWN HIM IN THE ReVOLU- 
TI nary War and knew he SERVEO until — TOUR OF TWO M iNTHS aT W| ll I AMSBURG . 

This service was in i778 or i779. and remembers he served another tour of 

OF 3 MONTHS AS-v,T TivlE LaFaYETTE RETREaTED aN- THE aFFIaNT SERVED |4 

MONTHS HIMSELF IN Th t .lITIa AND KNOWS WiNGFIELD SERVED SEVERAL TjURS 

That he is three years older thp . h,.self A letter in the file from 
Hanover Co Va l845, P GouOall's st/ites that he saw Mr. hect.r Davis 
WHO hao been emplcyej as C.'JNCil To prosecute a declaration mace by Mr. 
Willi AM WingfielD, ■^f the SA^<E county and before C : l Charles P. G^^jOall, 

Al>iO A J P AND LIVIWG A NEIGHBOR OF MR ^INGFIElD, AND WaS INFORMED BY 

Davis he had written pension commissioner twice, and states as "I 

HAVE just Called t, see i\.'.R. IVingfield, and am related to him by maRRI age 

I AGE HAVING MARRI EO HIS GRAND DAUGHTER AND DESIRES HIS PENSION- 

I THINK THIS LETTER WAS FR . M EITHER RiCE W. V^INGFIELD OR JN ATTERTIA? 

AS BOTH .F THESE NAivES aP'EaR ON THE BaCk OF THE LETTER, BUT THE LETTER 

IS njT signe^. S-6-184-6 qk i84C - affidavit of C P Go.oall, 



Page: 78 
VlflGII'IIii Pil'iSIONS 

MJiLLUm BrtJiijSY OF Vh SjiRVxCi: no pension number 

Certificate No 14296 

ijstxsaaassi T ■-- Hi^-'OHr FROjii GiiJiliJaL aCCOJwTxNJ OPFiCii OF AoGBST 

28 1922 whioh i^ ^r -j; as a note says no record found of Ife Bailey 

certificate i486- 14296, sea ssld ropjrt in V/ido\7 file Ho 1778 

Nancy widow of 'J^ Biiloy of Va trov^ps, 

(there seoned to be a mix-up of the papers of the various 

lVi.i i^il.y jf Va. This one of Alboaarle Co Va ) 



anpther William Bailey or Bayley and Nancy W 5778 
of -^ Virginia service 

IjAiJCI BAlLiSY applied in Culpepper Co Va 1st Aug 1843 personally 
who states she is widow of TiTilliam Bailey deceased who was a ^evolutionary 
SOLDiiia PjJljSlOiJifiR m-iO VUkS a PRIVATjS iiM' S^^D SiSRyxGd; 

July 25 1838 in Gvilpepper Co Va 
iiiiiCI BAlLi;! a ilii3±Dii.T OF 3aj.D OJJiMTi aH^ 78 nPrLxED UiM'DiiR ACT 1838 July 7 
7th STaT^ b.jS vi;Ai> .kiit-iijiD Tu WM BaYxx.Y on lith Feb 1782 Al'D T.«iT WELixUui 
BAlLiiY DliSD Jxaie 28 IScS ->■ CJiRT^FIiSD COPY OF JitUiRRLiOii RiSCORD FROM 
CGux^JTY COu'RT GLiffi. Oi Frtu^i^-iii^ CO Va xS FILdD ShOWIWG THiiY VilERS MaJEIED 
^S FQL-OiVS: "V/ILLIhm BaYL.::! UriRIt D Ai:.Gl' rJiTvIBP' nth February 178£. 

WILLIaM BtiYLiilY OR .linlLnlY ^PPI.EKD FiutiBOiWhLl JaI^ 24 1827 in 
FAUQUIRc; CO Va, SlaTxNG liii) SiMLlDTiiD 1776 F;jR THRiilii YEaRS II^ Thi;; INFaxm'TRY 
UNDER LliSuT SiMON MORGAi^^ a.'iD GaPT ROBiiHT B^^, Trj^T ibi JuXin-KD Triii COMPaiiY 
AT FORT ^^ik PITT, and AiRCr^uiD FROM FoRT PiTT summer of 1777, A F^i IkxS 
BEFORii Tnii: BaTTLc: OF BRkIJ DYv/IiJE a.^iD GiiRMAivflOVilM a.^jD "I '^t-,S ATTACKjiD TO THii 
13Tn Va aiGi..u!a4T urJDiiR COL RuSSJiLx. - raving Bd£N GlLiRDiiJG THi:i PRiViOUS 
WlHTjiR aT Va J^Y FORGii. T.-T hJi. COiffili-iJ^ TO SiiR/jL UiffiiiR COL GIBSOiJ 
-COL BRQaDH2UD ai-jD G^.uiRaL iJC LmTOSH Ori Tlui FRJiv'Tliih a.-.'D aua^^ST Trai 
lilDiAiMS Ui\iTxL Tn^ oiiPIiiATiON OF Tliii TiiR.: ui!' HIS iiuLISTmiiiT : THaT Hd; \'ih3 



VIBSmiA PMSIOiJS 

Page 79 

m BiiYu^ OR BaILi!,Y aW Diti^CY continued: 

TE£ii DISdkRGED ^T FORT McH^TOSH Oi>j THii OHIO RIVjSR. - mentions a land 

transaction re,jarding land in Fauquire Co Va, of 273 acres . HE SlkTiilS 

HIS F/ijILY CONSISTS OF HIMSELF: HIS W±i}£ ^iMD a SON auE AJOUT 40, 

TxiftT Tiui PiiOPiiiiZrY m HIS POSSESS lOii COwSiSTS Oi-' three SlavES 

A law suit is mentioned 1820 in Fauquire Co Court 

y^Thomas Bal.i Jr and John A ¥ Smith exor of liTtLiIii.. Bh,!-- deceased 

VS: ADAiii BOSS; TC- Ltia BrtiuiY jttvD iiBIESTEKD BaiLiSY. and Presley Bailey 



another- 

WILLU. ^.IMS: OF VIHGINIii SiilE^/IGii S 2053 

V^iUJiiM BAILEY liiiAS BORxJ rk;aii.._iER 24 1756 in Albemarle Co Va, VftilLii flESIDxNG 

n^ iuffliiBST CO Va Ilk BtiLLiT El^LI&TjiB I7?b sar/ed as A PiUV^Tji liJ QtPT 

CHRISTLtxJ'S CQi^H. Y O.! MEiff jELtER' S Va REQj^ui.T MaBCHED INTO liuEHh QiROLIi^ 

Tri.iiJCE TO PETEIiSJuJftLrh i/^ iiiJD iiFTiiE SERVING T.JJ lE^itS RECEIVED it FJRLOUGH 

EhRlY li'J i7ao AJ-D REToRiJED HOtiE, VrhERE HE HELD HIMSELF Ii^i CONSIdi-iT HEaDIi\lESS 

Tj BS. Autilli GsiL_iiD fflTO SERVxCE : "vitS GtLLED OUT IN FEB 1781 SER^/ED IN GiiPT 

V/OODRJPF'S V« CQir'ANY VtiS aT TriE SiiGE OP' JOBi^TvVii ni.D SoRRlvDERED 

OF COEiAiuixUlS it..D .L>b DISCrLiHGED THE LtTTEk PaRT OF 1781 HrtVlNG SEiWED a 

months . AFTER TaE REVO IiE RESIDED Il'I aMHERST CO Va UNTIL 1817 '*lriiiii HE 

iidOVED TO SjillTH COUNTY Tii^.^ESSE^. m i^S aLLOWED PEi.SION ON HIS Api^LlGiTION 

EXECUTED DEC 26 1333 Ii» SmITii CO TEln!,-]. HE DIc-D Ja.i 4 1837 in Smith Co Tenn 

HE LEFT NO \imM Bui T.lE FOLiD'ulING CrllLDitEt. SuHVING HIi'i: 

JONaTniiN BHlLiY: Vl^TT BiilLEY: SuSAiJ SHEPHiiRD: LUdi^TD^ HORSELEY: 

SALUDti 'iVALKER: SAjnA.. ... .3jN: TiJi i\k.iiE OF THEIR LIOTHER a:© THE i\Li..ES 

OF Tm HUSBAifflS OF TnE DcoauiEnD aiu; .vOT 3nO\iiL HE aLSO LEFT a GR^^jDSON 

JOriATiinN B STOVaLL. Trai .UiiuES OF J0.«i.«..'o PAilEiTS xillE NOT SIFTED. 

IN 1827 BdRTMCl.Q(KlE;» STOVail. i^toiJE aFFIDaVIT IN SUMi^iER CO TENl'j - 

NO RElATIOii^i-JlP TO SOLDIEic'o GRa.jDSuN JOiUTnAi^ B.STOVaL^ ViaS SnOVW 

no other family data- 



VliiGIiuI Piil^Sia^'S p^ee 80 

WiT.i.Thiw. .eulI.^Y - Jaiijiitt^lT POiiTiiR FuiL^a. WoDOW R 8348 
VlliGIi^Iii Sili/ICii - W.Jlj; A itiiSxDlijT OF «LiJiiiuxiU. CO Vh jix^iLiSTiiD THii; LtiST OF Dai 
DiiC 1776 SiiSvlSD aS it PRll/«Tii liJ GaPT ^uaRLiiS COilJpAifi: COL MILLAR'S Ya Hi^uni^A 
MQlAu^'iT: Ik; ".^aS m Tim iaTTiiiS OF iiONi«iOUTn Ai^lD STOi^ POLgT: Ai»D ViaS 
DISCHftitaiiD SOtiuiT..i: BM DEC 1779 JQnI Fiti^^iJiCKSBUiftj Va. HK SEit\/ED IN Ttui Vj* 
iilLITlH AiJD WaS iiT Tliii) SIEGE OJ' YOiKTff.W: NO Fu^.jih. DETaiLS OF TniS 
SEK/ICE GIVEui: .:i U-.6 JilAJJ'uiiD Pci^SIOW OW HIS Apx^L^CaTia^ EJCECuTED 
OCT 2 1832 iiT MalCti TiA^ .IE VV^S it ridSiDEi^T OF Ui\IIOW DISTRICT SOUTH QtfluIDNit 
iti^DAGE 72. HE LitRttLED JULY 1836 -uJ uittON DIST S C TO MitSGrtitET: TiiE 
DkTE Ai€) PLtCE OF RM BlBTli itit^ MI GIVEi.: HE DIED JULY 23, 1841 H^" UNION 
DIST S C . T.-iE 'mlDOW idaROitiuiT ^ILEI ij*iHrtIED 1843 T'J Dk'JlD POrlTEH, 
SxiE \{kS LIVING 1858 M VilHITFIELD CO GEOEGLa thon AGED kiiO'oT 51, 
SiiE Ca^^TIL^'jED TO LIVE IN GEOfiGLi IN 1861. T.ui; PitPEiiS Od FILE liv THIS 
CIAL^ CONIitIN NO F^xffnEii. DiSCiiKLijiLE IkTa iiEI*iTIVE TO FaiuILX. 

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".VIIiLIAifl IklLii-Y a.jD Kii/ITT.Y OF VltiGIitLa SEKvxCri R 373 
STiiTE OF TENwESSiiS COUi\lTY OF POLK December 1 1851 PEi:fiOi\iaLbY iti^PEt*RED 
BEFOitc; HOiiiiwT H. McCOitoEii. Grtrtliiti-iN OF T/u;. COui'.TY COuiiT OF POLK GO Tii\iN 
J. P. itUE 86 iN Oiffliiiii To UiiTrtii'J PEi\iSION uNIlit itCT OF CONGiiESS PASSED 
JJLi 7 1838 EiiLi-i AtiLEY ^ ftii^SjDuiL.T Or' i^QLK CU TEim.m 
STATES SHE lo WiD'^..^ Ox WLI uaxLEi ^VnO \it^ « PiiiVnTE IN TiiE Va iViTLTTLt 
GQiiix^i'JDED JI CxirT lU.^: T aT :lS VOLUOTEEiiED IN FaUQuXilE COUiWY V^ 
: SlaTES SHE ViiaS j,utiaaEU To kiL^^.^, ^..jIxEY a. .GUST 1782 and that 
WILLIiiii JutlLEY DIED SEPT 12 1848 , .-affidavit of Robt H licConnali 
STaTES THEi Rtt±oED a RiiSPECffoL Frii^-LLY T-1..T ti^ ivirtD iiiJOuiv X.iii.. FOR 30 years 



VIBQINLi ?AS10nS ^^^^ ®' 

JA^iES BiilLniY --iiJD ".VxlU'W SOPHLi B.^il.£;Y biiR. xCii aS FIFiiR LLiiUT Bjiil^MlN DYiiR'b 
C» Vh MILITlti ^.-D ^'ib:^ICLu^ Ci^i-'T TriQlsiuS GiUV^' COMi^hi^ Va MILITIh. 

ENLISTiiD MiiRCH 6 1814 .,: d reb 4 1815 - discharged first time June 22 2nd 
tune Iiilarch 5^ 1815. '^^ii OF 1812 service Soldier's original 2548, 
certificate 19160, widow certificate 4SSSG, original 42266, certificate 
32710. Bounty land warrants 5667 for 40 acres in 1850, and 90684, 120 acres 
in 1855. Soldier resided 1852 and 1855 in fempbell Co Tennessee, 1872 at 
\i/ix Wellspring, fempbeli Co Tenn, widow resided there 1882 
ifeiden name of soldier's first wife '*<i*iS SJSai^ CURh. Hi© SOPKLii ? 

first was married to Heninger. Soldier and widow married Feb 23 

1873 Campbell Co Tenn, soldier died July 4 1882 in Campbell Co Tenn. 

He ''<h3 AGii 76 Lm 1871; states he enlisted in Henry Co Va 
at Martinsville. The widow states her maiden name was SOPHLt EiSNINGilii 

..-" iiFFIIk\/iTS OF ThQMxiS iiilLia hwD ThOiw^o H DYKE in 
Qi-.PBiiLL CO TA^.-i 1382 tat he died 4 July 1882. Affidavits in Campbell Co 
TiiNii'j. 1882 stating t.iay wore acqaainted mth Charles Heninger foraer 
husband of Sophia feiley and know ha is deceased, and tliat he died in time 
of the \iar about 1864. Thaso affiaants wore A G Spangler and Sylvester 
Spangisr. There was a let er in tne files regarding a divorce between 
the Sophia and first husband. 

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ABikHiiJii aiLiiY OF VIHlIlNilii SiSRi/ICii S 16319 
He applied in Franklin Co IM^T GhY, applied under act 15 Ilay 1828. 
states he enlisted in the Contine tal line of the amy of the Revolution 
for duration of the war, and continued in service until the termination 
at which period I was a soldier in Capt Mosieys company I think I ser ed in 
many companies. I do not recollect Col Francis O^ylor was my last Colonel, 
and in his regiaunt on Continental line. I never received certificate for 
the re^rd of .3 to which I was entitled under the resolve of Congress 
on 15 May 1778. I ^s 



VIBalNlii PiiieiOIMS p^eP 82 

not on the 15 liay 1828 on the'p- s. . list of the U.S. Ho mado this 

application liarch 15 1832 affidavit in Fre nklin Co Ky 1832 

Bev William Hickjnan age 80 states he was acquainted -with Abraham 3ailey 

during the Revolution residing within a laile of said Bailey in 

CrJSTiSBFIiSLD COUNTY VIH}I1«|^ and knows ^ ^rlTiitffiD S-3iVlGii «S A PiOVnTE 

SOLDjuiifi rti^D AuRC..jiD FKut TiU i^ic-IGHx^OKiOOD ^.^D DiD NOT MTiiRi UiiTIL 

TliiS CLOSE OF Th^ itiR. 
* -.c- ■«• -i- --;- -.i -ie -„«• ,;- -it- * 

JOSEPH BaILEY SER\riCE aS PitTviiTE QiPT AARON tkBT'S KY 

MILITLi. EiiLISTED 11-15 1814 and discharged I^y 15, 1815. Bounty land 

warrants 17568 for 80 acres in 1850 and wt 28510 for 80 acres in 1855. 

Soldier's zhx original 4868 certificate 2361. 

HE RESlLiED 1850 BULLITT CO KY 1855, RLGHLim'D Cuo.:TY IliinfaLs ; 1871 

ClAEEkONT fliCiiLt.jL CO ILUNOIS married Eliza VOUN. raariied Oct 1818 Octo 

in Shepherdsville, Bullitt Co Y^, he died 11-2-1877 CLaremont Illinois 

He was age 78 in 1871. Ke enlist 'd into service at Elizabeth town 

Hardin Go Ky on 18 Sept 1814 under Aron Hart, 

TVhen Joseph Bailey applied for land bounty in Jefferson Co I^ 

1850 he vjas then age 57. States he went by water to New Orleans, was at the 

the battle of Jan 8 1815, he started for home in ..larch 18 1815. 

1855 Apri.23 in LaWEEriGE COuNTI ILLINOIS JOSEPH BtilLEY 

A E then 63 states ha is a resident of Richland Co Illinois ■*..!) luaivES 

DEGLdRtiTxOiNi I OR Z.^ PjRPuSE OF OBTaxNING ADDiTIOi^L BJ-;>i'Tx Ltu.D TO mixCH 

HE jiiAY 3E Ei\.TITLED JiJDEft ^iCT ai«BCH 3 1855 ... ': . 

**■«•■»«■■*>- -it -;}• -it- 

Tl-.a^o atlLY OF VIEGIWIii SERVICE S 21627 

HE WiS flORi^I lil SUuDKi CO Vd. VilllLE RESIDING IxJ SUSSEX 00 Vh he Ei^'LISTED DEC 

DECEuIBER 25^ 1775 ser^/ad in Capt I-Iaal T^felx's company, ^.L P^BICER'S Vh 

REGI. jiiiT \iAS lii E^TT_J OF NORFOLK ^liD IN Tt.O SlixRiiilSES WITH ThE TROOPS 

OF GOVEHiaOR B..Mi^3^ ^.._ -.-.o DiSa^RoED .. x^IaY 1776: HE EluLISTED aUG 1776 



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VlBGLNlA PJSIffilONS Page 83 

iiijD S^ai/iiD FOuR uOdTnS iki» OfiDiiRLi biiBiikiJT IW GhPT GRiY JUDKINS 

SjkilTII'S VA OOfidP.. 1 .umD KiiiS S1L»J10iUD»T POBISu-UT.; Va: HiS jil^LISTiSD JiUJ Oil 
Fi!3 1778 and se--Qd MTJL fiCT 1780 aS iiiJ HETIFICiifi IN CUFT LnVVIM^Gci 
HOUSE OMPrti:! ^ RiiC-Xj^^iiT OF Vi* SXftW itBTniUJiffiL: D -RING THIS SiiRVICE Hti 
^iUS IN H:i iiuTxoi>I nT Htm^Qli FOKT ii^ i^Y 1779, ^'i^^ THi ^MERKinjS Ri2PULS£D 
TEtt BBITISH 'iiHO \ij^S^ ATIAiffJIiJa TO LitNO FRQBi THdlR ELiiiT: HK El^LIoTxiD 
NOV 1780 Ai© SiiK/iLD SIX UHjH^S ti CtiFT GHaErl HILL'S Va COiiFiii^ aHD IN APR. 
1781 Hii 'tiiAS IN AN £li^atiaEi,M<5 ^ Tiltf. TOM^ OF HOOD ON THjS JauSS BIV£R. 
TriQlLiS BaIL^Y VjaS aLLO;/^© f^im C»J his aPPLxQiTION EXECoTiiD MaRCH 26, 
1833 at which TIME HE ISaS ^GB f? ikl^ ^ RtiSlLlEwT IN YORK DISTRICT S. C. 
HE DX£;D IN YOBK DISTRICT DdTi NOT GIVjii'j. 

1852 w n.i.Tu .-i BAlL^Y JaiJS aFUDaVIT IN jiilECKLEi\iHJRG GO N.G. a^-iD SI«iTED TEaT 
ha '.iAS TnE GRaiTOSaN OF THQiUhS SiviLEY . ::TKGM*tS ShILY CERTIFICATE NO 

12673 ISSUED JiAY 17 1832 RaTExj^ :pl4'± per an!:ura, comiaenced Lferch 4, 1831, 
Act of June 7 ld32 South Carolina Agency. 



STEPPuiii BttLEY OF VIRGINIA SERVICE R 393 
He ap9li8d in iiONRQE GOUNTi GjiORaiit Lffeirch 1833 13 age 68 
HE \US BORN 1764. x-e became a substitute for his older brother SBiON 
BaLEY lifiiO HkD Jutl GOMPLETii-D ^ Tiihu Oi' SER^^iCE FOR TnREE YEaRS : blATES 
HE ENTERED SERVICE IN F^JliJlitE GJ Va WxjfflE I-IE MaS THEN LIVING. 
HESjI-^D TiiAiiE .NTIL 36 YE^itJ aGO v.iiEl^" HE MOVED TO GEORGIA: SxNCE VjKxCH 
HE EAii li^IilELi IN WiLKES; OGLSTr.ORP: : J^PER ajI) iiONRUE GOU.^T^ES Oti 



VIBGINlA PJJi'iSIOKS ^*^^ ^ 

QkLIAM BaiL'i J.t BAlLiTi OF VIHGINIA SifiWiCJi: Sl2947 
or Galium " 

He -was born Jan 1 1749 on Owing or 0.:en Creek, Louisa Go Va 

and while residing about ten miles above the court house in Goochland 

COJNri VA Hii Kl-lLIbr^ AND bJJKvED AS PiUVnTJi ATTAGHiD TO THji 6th DiVISIG 

OF VA MILITIA Oi^ Tl-uS FOLLOFING TOUiC. OF 90 days eachj FBQM SPRING OF 

1775; IN GAPTABfS JOLLY EaRLSH A^jD HUmPHEEY : PARISH'S CCMPAiJi, Colonel 

Cnarles Fleming's regi.nant, from sometime in Dec 1775 in C^pt Humphrey 

Parish's company. Col Charles Fleming's regiment and was in the battle 

of Norfolk, from sometime in Feb about the 4th year of the war, in 

Capt John Perkins ccmpanj'- - Col John Darke's regiment also in Gapt 

Humphrey Parish company. Col Anderson's regiment dates not shown, 

from early 1781 in Cbpt ixivrard Duke and Thomas Bates' caupany, Ctol 

Charles Flailing' s rogin^int and rras in the battlo of Hotwater, Va 

and frcm July or .^ ,^ '^•'■■81, in Capt Thoiaas Bates caapany. Colonel Qarles 

Fleming's regiment and was in the siege of Yorktowi and the surrender 

of Comwalxii - Aft>jr Ids Svirvic-j tha soldier resided in Goochland Go 

Va. until about 1807, wiien hd rao dd to BARREIJ COINTY KY. Ho tbs 

allowed pension on his a pli cation executed isdar 18 1833, at -wdiich 

time ho resided in Barren Co i^- , ho had r-aaained in that a± county 

since 1807 vidth the exception of about seven months during which he 

resided in Msrcer Co }iy. No data relative to his family. 

WILLIiiM iiND SARdH BAlLji:Y OF Va SiiRVICfi W 5777 
At a CO rt of chancery ho].d for fenawha Co Va 1833 14th May 14 May 
1833 before Lewis Sumaers judge of tho Circuit Superir court of law 
and chancery for said county, Ife Bailey a resident of Pocatallico 
age 79 states in 1776 he enlisted in Alboi.iarle Co Va for two years 



VIEGXffljt Pi!i\lSIOi^ Page 85 

in a company under Captain THOa/US ViiiiLKiija of the 9th regiaant of 

Hegulr.r Troops on continental ostablishnent, and that ho continued 

to serve as a private in said conpany and rc^iiuont for the fiill term of 

two years for Vi/hich ha had enlisted at the expiration of vjhich period, 

he Twas regularly discharged in Pennsylvania, about 15 miles from 

Philadelphia, at VThite Horse. ; that he -was in the battle of Brunsmck 

ai-id at the taking of Bargoyn^i at Saratoga, besides various akiitaishes 

and sli^t engagements rath ths anaay. 

Vfci Bailey x!(rth.:.r maketh oath that in the year 1820, while 

still a resident oi' G,- j:ity of Albemarle he made application in due fom 

and was placed in the pension roi... under provisions of act of Congress 

passed Iifarch 18, 1818 and was continued on said pension roll for about 

one year and a half, -wiien he was dropped tharofrca on the ground, as 

was alleged, that he possessed property to an aiaount which excluded 

hia from the benefits ..£ said act of :jay 1818. That he continued to 

reside in Albemarle Cj until about tnree years since, when he reuoved 

to the place ^*iaru he now resided. That since his na.je was dropped 

from the pension roj.1, as aforesaid, he has not received any pension 

or annuity whatever, nor has his nai.ie been on biie pension roll of the 

agency of any 3t.:t'^. signed Williaa Bailey ( his x mark) 

ife<y 14 1833 
- - SIaTS of VLit^Liila: COUiJTY OF PUTi^Iki>i 3 June 1853 

Hauben P. EtjUey and ¥illian Sailey personally appeared before J P 

they being rosiderts of said county make the following declaration 

in order t-i obtain t..^ oonafit of the provisions made by the sevoral 

acts of Congress providing ponsi^ns f r sjldiers their widows and heirs 

state that tlaair father was a Eevolutiona ry war soldier , whose naue 

was William Eailey and trr.t hu drew pension in Albeuarle Co Va •v*iere he 

then resided. 



VIICINIA PEI^SiOi,'S Wu BallaSI GONTMUISD W 5777 Page 86 

and aoved aftem-inrds to Kanawha Go Va vrliere he -was again placed on pen- 
sion roll up to ti-e of his death, and tha.t he died about iiarch 1 1837 
on Pocataher RLver 1: ./ j.d Karawha Co at the house ofx£ John Parish 
leaving a mdovv the nother of t: .. said Reuben ajiley and Willian Bailey 
and others Tiho survived her husoaud VL: Smiley naiiy years she the saidw 
at Tuidow ttiosa nauie-o was Sarah ^iley died at the house of her son 
Reuben P Bailey in Putnara Co Va July 17, 1851 , having lived 14 years 
and 139 days longer than hsr husband Wa Bailey, her age cannot be 
ascertained as their tos r.p racprd pi jer ahe fpiind nit t.jetu tjoml 
sjo -vras pber 80. Both of these sons believe their raothyr uarried 
tncir father previous to 1798 fr-Jia the fact tlaat tne record of ages 
of cliildren show that Kancy feiloy the oldest si calld mas bom Ifey 6, 
1798. Thoy further stato thoir notht^r Sarah or Sally Bailey 
remainod a mdow ; stato thoir parents wera married in Albeaarle Co Va 
and t'nat her ::iaiden na.aa was Sarah or Sally Sproure 

and t;:at Nancy ifeiley the oldest ± child aarried ifetthew P}%- 
Phijlip ard aho hi^.s .„jn dead 15 years of over leaving 7 children who 
naraes are not known except t, o oldost Ja.:;es tney having renoved to 
Tferren C. K^'^TuGKI uore than 20 yaars sinc^. 

and that their sisto-r Betsy h fijiley i.arriud Ibvid Graham and live in 
BuckLnghaa Co Va at last acoo-tnt and that tneir sister Sally Bailey die 
died at age 2 a.ad th* tneir brother Sanual ^iloy lives in Putna..i Co 
Va and that their brother Jaaes Bailey & lives in Kanawha Cc Va 
and the-xr broth.-r John Bailey died in Kanawfe co about 2 years since 
leaving three children, I&ry Bailey, Elizabeth Bailey and iJartlia Jane 
Bailey. Ani their sister S«ea« Lucinda Baiti^r, diid nany years since 
leaving no children, and their sister iiarth L Bailey aarried JOSEPH 
LAmRi^? ap.d live in Putnau Co Va 



VIBQINU Pia^'SIOiJb -t ^iLfiy GL-lVHI^f[JJSiJ ¥ 5777 p^^^ qj 

The faoily hihlQ rocords of t. l f ily is as follows: 

niiOE OF \id BkILEI'S ChlLDRih.. 
AiiJ) ,SaL^T his wife. 

Ifency B&iloy was born :Jay 6, 1798: Betsey or Betay A. Bailtsy 

as bom Sept 10 1802 

Sallay Bailey was born 11-28-1803: 3a:auel Ebiley was born Apiil 19, 

1805 

Jas r^iley was born Sapt 1806: TS^llian Bailoy was born 4-iS 16-1808 

John Bailey bom Jan 22 1810:: LucLnda S feilay born 8-11-1812 

Ifertha L Bailey bom 8-18-1814:: Rheuben P Eailey bom 4-2-1817 , 

Robert Johnson states ho was interlined 1818 

acquainted with the Vvldow: 

Sally Bailey widov: of \t:. Ebiley Deed arfcy^sf aJta lived several 

years with her son Reuben P B-^iloy in that part of Kanawha now 

in the liuits of Putnan Co ^a . affidavit of Nancy Hill 

lifide in ^nawha C h. 1853 and states she was present at the wedding 

of Saly Sproiise and ... . -alley were iTarried at the k home of 

Sn Stregar in Alben arle Co Va b;/ Esv Ir/ing, and thay married about ivlay 

1795. That Nancy Hill sa-.j year aft-r tnd .Hrriage removed to 

Kanawha Go Va where tk she still resides and tiiat Wu and Sally Baila 

some years after n also reiuoved to Kanawha Co Va and again becone near 

neighbors to her 

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JOHN BiXLY OF VA SfiR^ICli R 19354 of Va half pay, see 

NA ace 874 John ifeiley 050007 

He was a Captain in the Illinois RQ,?iiaent, Virginia troops and served 

until the close of tho vrar. He died October 22 1822, the place of his 

death vrrs not stated nor is his age given. Ja.ios Rogers of Ky was 

adainistrator his estato. no relationship stated. He died without issiB 

Five years half pey was allov^ad on account of his ser/ice as captain 

in the Revolutior-ar '--^.r. 1849 his wife was referred to, her na.ie not 

given, and in sai^ie yo r^ n^irs of tha soldier, then residents of 



VIEGINLi Pii2ifiI0iJS P*ge 88 

Pennsylvaoia were rafarred to , no na;.iQS shovm. 
F^YiSTTii; CO JK. (Soltiier is in Hoitnan and in Va Rec uf darks 

soldiers. 

For further inforr.ation in regard to John Bailey, xx. it i» 

suggested that you apply to Thi. Adjutant General, War Dept, this 

city and cite the follovdng inf urto tian, Jnha Salaley Filo H<i 

050007 Act July 5 1832 

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•ilLLliiM G. iitlLS (BilLYj Va SiSRVICii aWD U. S. ARuY FRCM 
1792 to 1808 3 4r±i!-.-Z - it appears he iras Born in Va, he enlisted at 
Alexandria Va Feb 4 1777 ser 3d 3 years in Cfept John Allison, Yfa 
Paine, Holt, and CSiarlos X Swell's cjnpanies, Col George Gibson 
Va regiiaent and was in battles of IJonnouth and Stoney point. He 
enlisted 5-2-1780 served three years as private and Corporal in 
feet Shields, Thovjas Ivlartin and Clough Shelton's conpanies under 
Col Thorjas Posey in the Va troops and was at the siej^e of Yorktovji 
and a battle on the Ogaechee river in GJiuflGiA. He enlisted at 
Frederick Iilaryland May 2 1792 served as a non coniinisaioned officer 
under Capt IThipple, Heald and Ehea, Col Hunt and Ha.ntraiack in Generals 
Wayhe, Saint Clair and Harmar's Indian campaigne, was in all the 
principal battles and vras disciiargod 7-2-1808. He -vras allowed pension 
on his application executed 11-13-1820, -while residing in 3&: Lfiami Co 
Ohio, v/ith a s .n in law - na.io not stated, at which time he was a^^e 66 
- he died Sept 2 1837. In 1820 referred to his wife AM ago 59 
and in 1836 reference is ni^de to a daughter lirs Gates, then a widow 
vath a large faiaily of chii:run^ i: ;es not stated. 



VIRGINIA PEiJSIONS P*ge 89 

Richard Bailey of Va l-/. " t S 30841 
He applied for pension in Barren County Kgntucky 
Sept 26 1832 personally appeared in open court before Benjamin 
Monroe presiding judge of Barren Co Ky age 68 and states that 
he entered service 1780 as a substitute for William Harri son 
in Sussex County Virginia under Capt Kartwell Marable and 
served 61 days guarding British prisoners at Sussex court house 
in Va and in Nov 1780 he volunteered as a militia.tian in the 
sa.-i,c county and state for 12 months under Capt John Mastinburgh 
and was attached to Col H^nry? Gus? regiment and continued 
there guarding stores and prisoners until June 1781. Col 
Gee or Gus was then taken prisoner at Bolings B^'idge on Notway 
river in Va at his own house. Then Michael Wall who was 
comissary ordered ua to march to Surry old court house and 
state of Va where we morcher} o.'.;d rondosvouod stationed in Surr-<' 
Surry Co at Surry old court house until Nov 1781, when he was 
discharpod aftor serving out 12 months by Davis Boggs who was 
tho iViajor commandant at that place and that ho received no 
wri .tea discharge for his services and he continuedent in 
Sussex Co Va until ho removed to Kentucky whore ho now resides 
and that k thoro is no person living in this country known to 
him by whom ho can prove his sorvicos. STATES HE WAS BORN 
IN SUSSEX COITNTY VA 1764; that the record was burned in tho 
burning of his brother's house and ho hos no record of his age 
at this time. 



VIKGINIA PENSICliS Page 90 

RICHARD BitlLEY R 587 of Virginia service 
Stcto of r^labama, Laurence C-unty place of application for 
pension. now ever 31 yer.rs of ago in order t:' obtain benefit 
of Act cf C. n-ress passed June 7 1332 on this Feb 7 1843 
personally appeared before V»Tn Allen l.lilan or iuilam a J. P. 
States he entered in service March 1, 1779, substituted 
by 15 men of Pauquire Co Va and was bound to serve one year 
and 6 months and was marched to Alexandria on the Potomac 
river, whore he was uno^r C^pt George Hales or Vvales a 
regular officer of 4th rcgimont of Va continental line by Cj,pt 
Wales. I was appointed orderly sergeant from Alexandria, 
and marched t: Frodoricl'rsburgh Va. 

States ho was born in Fauquier County Va 22 January 
i9¥ 1762 and was living in Fauquire C^ Va at the time of 
entering service f Lrsc, 2nd and 3rd tours and when finally 
discharged fr^ ..i service I returned to my wife in sa-.io county 
of Pauquire. :'' t I moved from Pauquire Co Va to 
i.lecklingbui'gh ', ~ from there mo od to Jefferson County 

i-ast Tennessee, fr tnat county to Smith County, Middle 
Tennessee from thor^- to Lawrence C unty Tennessee from 
Lawrence tJ Tennessee to Lr - " . rdale Co Alabama from there to 
Lawrence County Alaoama, wr_ ., .l now live. 

Ho made application 1836 x Apr 6 in Lauderdale Co Alabam 
Alaoama,, stated then he was a resi 'ent of Lawre .co Co aged 
74 then. 

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PHILIP BAILEY OF VIRGINIA Si^RVICi, S 5266 
Applied in Bedf.^rd C unty Virginia 1833 March 26 
personally. He was referred to as Philip Bsiley Sr. 
stating he was drafted as a militia man from Amherst County 
Va . from that part which now bears name of NiiLSON CO Va 

under Capt Samuel Richardson and on account of having out 
a crop, was afraid he would loose it, so hird a substitute 
named John Oglesby to go in his place. He was also again 
drafted in Amherst Co Va . and marched from there under 
Capt fe Penn and was attached to regiment under Col John Pope 
Lt Col John Penn. 

HE WAS BORI^I IN GOOCHL/^ID CO VA 1749. States he 
was drafted ever titr.e except x one when he volunteered 

He resided in ivmherst Co Va about six years after the 

Revo Vi/ar, then moved to lower part of Bedford Co Va and 
remained about four years, moved then to Campbell Co and 
from there back to Bedford Co Va . He was allowed pension 
on his application mv^v 26 1833 then resided in Bedford Co 
Va. His home v. _. in Russel Parish in Bedford Co, He 
referred to his o. . who had moved, .- previous to 1833 to 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS: p^ee g, 

Missouri some years previous to 1833, but did not give his name 

nor the name of any other child. In order to obtain the date 

of last payment of pension, name and address of person paid and 

possibly the date of death of this pensioner, you should send 

to the coDpiler of this book for Pinal Payment - his certificate 

No 12578, issued iUy 11 1833, rate ^,j21.11 per annum, commC' ced 

March 4, ,1831, Act of Juno 7 1832, Va Agencj^. 
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SOUTHY BAILEY OF VIRGIMA SERvICii BL WARRANT 253,-100 

Only one-half page of writing in this file folder as folflicws: 

The Secretary cf War of the U.S. v/ill please issue 

a military Icud warrant to THO. u. BAYLY and in his name if 

he s:. directs f^^r. what may be due to Southy Baily a soldier in 

thu Arnericsm iurmy in the Rcvolutilanary war wit): Groat Britain and 

who enlisted for and served until the en"! of the v/ar . As witness 

my hand and seal this 10 day of June 1808. Signed Southy Bailey 
Vifttncss V<b Conquest and JaT.es Duncan his x maBk 

(on the back of this pa^er stctes): 

T^ be issued in the name ^^f Tho. II. Bayly 

assignee of S.'uthy Bailey, signed T,_vj a Bayly. 

Vi/arrant Ixo 1253 issued to Thos Bayly asignee of 

Southy Bailey a private of the Va line for 100 acres of land 

July 2 1827 and celi .ored to Frederick Keller, 
it it it •s;-^'- it it it -X- -J*- it a- it ■it it it it it it it it it 

PETER BAILEY OF NORTII C«ROLIr:A AI^ID VIRGINIA SERVICE 

S 21618 applied in 1834 k ril 24 x in iVi0NTG0i^i:,RY COUNTY TENN. 

ago t. en 72 stctes he volunteered 1778 . r 1779 under Ca^t 

William Taylor ?f Granville Crunty N^rth Carolina, and marched 

tv Hillsborough, t lencc to Salesbary, and was disc orged at 



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a ferry called Twc Sisters after 6 months service. 
The 2 t -ur was under Capt Vti Gill of Granville Cj N C and Crl 
foslcy took c.np-iand at Hillsborough and marched to Putningbure 
on Savannah rivor and disciiirged after serving five months. 
The 3rd tour I entered under Capt Vri Sill (Gill) again and 
C 1 Thornton Yancy c.;d marched to Hillsborough thence to Hwavey, 
Hwavoy creek and here wo got with the Maryland Troops and 
marched through Camden - the fourth tour was under Capt 
Bartlett Searcy and marchcc to Hillsborough and here mot 
with the arm^ that go defeated under Gen Gates at Camden from 
Plillsborough as marched to Scntce river leaving 3:;lesbury on 
the night Moor was Col and Ruthcrf rd General and marched to 
Savanna River and was opposite to Gen Nnsh when his company 
got cut to pieces at Brisr Creek in Gc^rgla - 5th tour marched 
under Barnett Puli^^ian ? - the sixth t:ur was under Capt Yti Hi-. 
Hicks and Crl Joseph Taylor and marched to High Reck en Haw 
river t. J:in Gen Green and marchod to troublesome creek 
aixL I got wcun-lod but made my way to troublesome creek with 
the ar'.y thft night and from this place v/e marched to in 
pursuit of C;rnvvax-is down drop rivor to Ramsey's v.iill and 
stayed there souietimo - next t.'Ur I marched under Ralph 
» Banks and marched into South Carolina and have no Colonel 
until wc got in South Car lina an-' Shadrick Porish was our 
Captain and tta Henderson C^l a. d Lock was Lieut, and Gen 
Garrard fr-ra thenco we marched to Jiutaw S^rrings where we 
had an ongagc;,:Qnt at this place. I t.ok sick and the army 
loft mo and in a few days I started tack to VIRGINIA after 
being absent three years. I WAS BORi^I IN HENRICO COUNTY VA 



VIRGINIi. AND NORTH CAROLINA SSR ICE Page 93 

BORl'J OCTOBiiiR 1762 9th day six railea below Richmond un Jarnoe H 
River. 1773 .r 1774 moved to CHARLOTTE COUNTY VA - in 
2 ^r 3 ye> rs moved to iUECiO^NEUHG CO VA near the N. C. line 
ir.y father marched ± in the army from Virginia t^ the South and 
left mo with my stop mother a short tiac aft or he loft homo 
I went in to N. rth Carolina and entered service as stated be- 
fore and aftur the battle at Jiutaw springs returned to 
iuocklonborg C. Va and continued there until winter of 1831 
which time I movei to uONTGOiViLRY COUNTY TENNESSEE and am now 
a resident of said county. 

i>. Icttor in the files from Mrs. Elizabeth id. A. Harr; 
Harralson, of Novo, li.pkins Co Ky regarding her father's 

pension, Peter Bailey. 

Peter Bailey of Christian Co Ky - it was statel 
that Peter A Eaily was :f Mont-i, nery C.-, Tonn and in 1836 

r-eter Bailey stated he had a son living in Christian G^ Ky 
near a little t.wn cal ci LaFattc, in sarr.e county and state 

whici-- the post office is kept near Kiont^oniory Co Tenn 
I spend part of my tin© with ny son at theis piece. I have 
a daughter living in Hopkins Co Ky, which I spend somo of my ti-i 

time with her near Madisonvillo, v\jiich I expect to be there 
in October and rouain there until 25 Doc. 

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STATE OP ALA5Ai.:Aj LAURir'Ch COUNTY i FsLS 7 1843, Richard Bailey 
residing in sal:, c u -^ty and str.te age 31 stctes ho entered 
service 1779 luarch 1st substitutod by 15 men of Fnuqulro Co 



VIRGINIA SER'./ICE P£.iTSIO.:S: Page 94 

Richar'-l Bailey R387 c ntinucdj 
and was bounJ t^ serve one year ancl six months agreeable to 
an act of Gc:>:rGl- Assembly f Va and did servo and was marcbed 
to iilexandria : n the Potonac river where I was under Capt 
George Kales -r '.Valcs a regular officer of the 4th ro;^,iment of 
Va C ntinontcl lino , and I was appointed an orderly s argent 
from Alexandria. yVo wore marched to Fredericksburg Va and 
Spotsylvania C. , t ■■■■-■: all the substitutes who were ordered out 
by that Act .f tho Stcto wo.s -nustored into actual ser ice. 
There the s.-ldicr all flrow t/ioir re^;imental clothing from there 
the arr:y was inarched to Williar.isburj^h 

April 1781 I Richard Bailey tljon a citizen of 
Pauquii-c Co Vci was substituted by B^nja^ain Brave? 
a citizen ^f same c^ unty and state who was ri rafted and ordered 
^ut f:.r three laonths in the Va nilitiao ; states I, Richard 
Bailey was oorn 22 Janucr:> 1762 in Pauquirc Co Virginia 
and was living tn-^re when I entered service first, 2nd and 
3rd tours ana when finally dischar._;.ed returned to my wife 
in the bef ro nc.aed county where I first started from. 
I nacyed froLi Pc.u2uire C. Va to i..ecklenburgh Co N C fr: m there 
move:l to JEPP-L-SCll COUNTY: EAST TEK'ESSEE: PRO;.. THbliE TO 
SivIITH CO am ^SSsi^: FKOAi TKjiRii TO LAWRElMCi; COUNTY TEN.: from 
TTjiRcj TO LAUDERDALE CCUIvTY ALABA^.A fr-m there to LAVfftSNCE 
COUNTY ALABAivIA, where I now live 



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THOh/'AS BAIlEy' of VA SERVICE S 10334 

The PETiTioNF.i T.ho;/aS Bailey SeniwR of Surry County Virginia states 

THAT HE ENLISTED I CT"^ FEb |776 UNDTW :aPT JOHN WaTKINS FOR TWO YEARS 

AND WAS aTTaCHEO TO TH' -r"^ «EGIMEIMT ON THE CONTINENTAL ESTABLISHMENT, AND I 

IN THE Same yeaR waS oroeked to makch to join the northern aRmy and waS 

ATTACHED TO THE 8RIGADC COW.'/.»NDEO BY uE.EKaL.^B Sc OTT AND REMAINED UNTIL 

FOLLOWING February i778- waS at battles of Trenton, Princeton , BRandywine 

AND GER.vIaNTOWN AiVD IN THE L aTTER Pa RT OF HIS TFRWI WaS STATIONED IN MUD 

Fort or Fort fjiiFFUN, while the British navy was attej^pting to paSs up 

THF 8 Delaware to Philadelphia, at which place he received a wound in up^er 

Part of the left aRm by a musket ball, as will ap-^et-w from a certificate 

OF JESSE fviOORE WHO WaS IN THE SERVICE aT THE SAME TIME. AFFIDAVIT IN 

SURRY CO VA r\i.w i3, i8i7 by Jessee King states he served with Thomas Bailey 
IN the o-th Va regiment in the Continental aRmy sometime in February i776 
(|776) FCR TWO years, and Sftio Bailey went with the AR^'Y to the NjRTh and 
did not return until spring of 1778. Thomas Bailey waS born in Surry Co 
Va, Date not given. He vjas allowed pension fRjM December 9 i8i7 on accouwt 
OF disability resulti;.. ■■ the w^^und. In ioi3 he was age 50- 59 and 

residing in Surry Co Va. He: died Oct 3i i332. It waS stated he reared a 
numerous Family of children, but tsei^ ^a -5 we e not given or Name of wife. 
HE WAS oischakged at Valley FjR&e Feb iO i77S. he afterwards reenliste 

AND served SEVFt^AL TCURS IN THE Va TROOPS AND WaS aT THE SURRENDER OF 

Lord Cornwall i s. 



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BiL..tJi^.ilW HOWARD OF Vimi^lk SERVIGi; R 5273 

Benjamin Howard appli.id in H^^rlan County Kent,:cky July 12 1837 

(he is listed .:n the 1840 census)- of Harlan C^ Ky . 

Before the Honcr-; ;. Joseph a^we, J-dge of the 15? Judicial 

District in open court, age between 60 and 61, a resident 

upon 
citizen of HARLAl^ GOUHTY IvY, .. his oath according to 

law made and subscribed for purpose of obtaining this 

bonofit of tho Act of Congress of June 7 1832 for the 

-onofit of tho officers and soldiers in tho revolutionary war, 

- spios and etc. That on the da of year forgotten 

in Rl^SSSLL GOUI\'Ti VIRGINIA, ia ho enlisted as a private 

for nine months under Gapt HAWECINS, AIIDREW CCLVIN was 

Lieutenant cr Ensign, which ho doos not remcnber in the 

regiment under Col Andrcv/ Lewis, his i^Ir.jor forgotten, tho "^ 

regiment was raised bytho Stato of Va to guard tho frontiers 

of Said Stnto a. ainst tho Indians, after his enlistment, he 

was dotached ■; id under Colvin, aforesaid to CUIIEiiRLADJD GAP 

where ho was at- L aod at a BLOCK HOoSE to guard tno 

aforesaid, t c Indians and frontiers, - while 

there three men wero killed on CAl^IWON CREEIC, he undor 

Colvin pursued thorn to HICIvCR GAP on KiISRYS RIVER but 

hurried 
did not overtake tncm^ the / the dead under the 

command of Colvin. Near the Clrse of his term aforesaid 

Colvin nicrchod hock t RlJSSELL COUNT.: VA aforesaid and his 

term of service aforosaid.. having expired ho received a 

written disch:rg,c, which has lens: since boon lobt . He got 

his discharge from G 1 Lewis aforesaid, in RUSSELL COUr.T 

■nrovious to this he scr or"! b • tho conmand •^f* the 



Pa '6 97 
VIRGINIA PjSNSIONS: BiiiTJAiili^I HOWARD R5273 continued: 

officers of Russell Co Va, as a private soldier in forts 

in Russel-' Co Va in actual service in two forts upwards of 

a year. The forts were ELACKAIvIONS Al^lD PE^iliLTON fort in 

Russell Co. Ho was in service when Blackamons fort was taken. 

In this ser\ico in stsLndirlg guai?d he enlisted for no particular 

period, but the service ho porfonaod was co-nmandod by the head 

officers, of tiie e ... as ho understood by the authority 

of tho state of Virginia. '£■■. was to receive from the State 

so much per month, a part only he rocoived, he served under 

divers officers in the forts and in scouting prrties. 

Hawkins was conraanjcr mostly until his rogistration as 

aforesaid. Further service ho never received any written 

dischargo. He has stated his age - he states his name is not 

on the pension roll of any state, or tbo United States, that 

he never received anything v/hatovor for his services under 

tho ^^ct of Congress aforesaid not from any State, and ho 

hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension 

except tne present. Eis na.;ie he supposes can bo found on 

the roll of sale, rofe^imcnt, but ho refers to the ovidonce 

of Colvin af rosaid. In tl'o sane company and rogimcnt ho had 

three OTKclx^ 3R0TH...-.S : whose names were THOJ.1^ HOWARD, 

JAiiES HOWARD and JO&I HOV/ARD . SAID JAI^IES HOWARD AND 

THOImAS HOWARD LIVES IN FLOYD CC:.".:TY XiilvITUCKY. WHO DRAW 

PENNSIONS FOR SAID SER-'ICii as he is informod, t*lo enlisted 

ot the sa-c tiiue and for the sano term. The reason why he 

has not aopliod sooner for a pension is that ho has alv/ays been 

irjf jnncd the Act of Congress aforesaid did not apply to his 

case,- signed rienj Howard (his x mark) 

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VIRGINIA PJiNSIONS: BillNJAi.III^ HOWAED R5273 Pago 98 

Affidavits .aado by Gc.rge Brittain and Jo'.in G. Crump 

clerk of the Hcjrlan Circuit C^urt - the first man age 65. 
the other 38 st^ite on oath in open court certifj'- that they 
have no doui.'t t..-.c said Bonj Howard aforesaid who is a 
resident citizen of H- rlan Co is of the age ho states, that 
from their knov/loci^c ^f his general good character they 
boliovc the facts he has stc.tod arc true. Signed 7-12-1837 

;vhoroupon it is considered by the court that General 

GEORGE BRITTAIN and John G Cruiip ere reputable persons 
and utmost credence givoio to their statements v/heroon oath. 
And that it is certified as the opinion of this court 
t'^at the declaration of the said Benjamin Howard is true 
in part of fact, signed John G Crump. 

Clerk of the Harlan Circuit Court. 

ROCIICiiSTLS COUi TY KI Andrew Colvin a citizen 

of said county ago 70 on the 12th last March. He rcaombors 

there was a young nan under his coir-mand by name of 

Benjamin Howard and fro a the correct narrative given by 

hin at CLiVi5}:-x-.Li-_D GxiP, ho thinks he must ha.o been with him. 

Howard is mistaiien in this in saying t^at Lewis was a Colo. 

Ho was only Capt comruo.ndant ci;-:, had the same name of all 

the troops in that section. It is a mistake that ho was under 
Hawkins, but was under Cant Lewis, Hawkins was on the un^cr 
Ik: wis, but aftorwarc':3 male Capt. Signed Andrew Colvin, 
Rockcastle Go Ky 30 Oct 1837 . (there is a note by a clerk 
pinned to this last statoiv.ont, stating "OMT". 



Who enlisted February 1773 ,. , aorvod one year as a 
private in Capt John Blackwell's comppny. Colonel Ife 
Heth's Third Virginia regiment and was at tha battle of 
Monuouth. He was allowed pension on his application 
executed December 28 id9 1819 while a resident of Pauquire 
County Va, age 60. In 1820 he referred to his children 
"all grown up". There is no further data on file as to his 
family i 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF ANSOLEM BAILelY 

ANSALELl OR ANSELivi S 37702 
New Kent 
County, Va 

Jylv 9, 1818 Ansole^; Bailey age 58 resident of said cou t y 
states he entered se.. '.oe Oct 1777 in the county of Newr Kent 
va under Capt Abner Crump in the first Va regiment on conti- 
nental establishment cmtnanded c;; Col Geo Gibson, and continued 
to serve and was discharged at Philadelphia Pa, ti^at he was 
in battles of konmouth, Stoney Point and at the taking of 
Fowlers Hook, 4 witness sign: Jno H Christian, Jno L -t 
Poindexter, John S .»ebb, l/V Douglass, - he was also in battle of 
Stoney Point taking of Fowlers Hook. The soldier was aged 62 in 
1818 states he served from 4th Oct 1776 until Dec 1779, the 
date of his discharge, that ho served in the line of Va under 
Brigadier General Muhlenberg, . Ho made application for a new 
transfer into Yi/ashington County on 12th January 1832, 
he personally .opeared, states he is same person ss who served 
under C^pt Abnir Crump, in regiment commanded by Col George 
Gibson, that ho roo^ivcd certific-Jto of pensi n a out 15 years 
ago 1815 or 1825? at Richmond Va 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS: Pago 100 

In another application dated 1820 in New Kent Co Ve he states 
he had in family his wife Susannah B^lloj ago 28, and throe 
children; Rebecca age 6 in 1820, Marth a o 4 and Ansalem 
ago 1, and ', a free boy age 16. 

In 1327 i it was st&ted he had a large fanily of 

sovon small children, stated by witness Joh B Clopton and 
Carroll Flcjiing, Chcp^oll. 

The affidL..!: of Peter Francisco of the county of 
Buckinghsm Va and now st^rgorat at Arms ct tho House of 
Dologates. This affiant states that he was acquiintod with 
Anselm Bailoy a soldier of the Revolution, that Peter Francisco 
and Ansolm Bailoy constituted a part of the Parlors Hoop 
at the stoX'aiing of k stonoy point, that thcro Bailoy was 
h s left hand man and was in the hottest of the fight and 
in tho thicket of the Slaughten. That ho and Bailey wore also 
together in the battles of Monmouth and tho Stoning of Mud Island 
Island that in all thoso actions, so far as tho affiant saw 
Ba .ley conducted himself liko a good and brave soldier 
as he never heard any complaint of him in the army or olsowhere. 

signed Peter Francisco. 

In 1830 Jan 8 ANSOLOM BAILEY of Hanover Co Va 

appliod to tho Secretary of the Treasury for the benefits of 
the Act, entitled "An act for the- relief of certain surviving 
officers and s-ldiors of the Revolution" approved 15 May 1828. 
that ho has r coived pension since 3 i-Iarch 1826 (NOTHING) 
In 1829 Dec 1, Ansolem Bailey persona', ty in Hanovor Co Va 
states ho is samo person outlined above 



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Absolem B^ile:v r^opeared in City .;f Richmond Va 1830 

and msde oath th- t he is the identical person named in the 

Act of Congress y 20 May 1830, that he is entitled to a 

pension of '^Q pt;r month on. ace ut of wounds received in 

service during the Revolution ; t at he now resides in Hanover 

Co Va, previous thereto resided in New Kunt Co V:. 
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ISHiiiivEL BiilLiiY OR BALEY OF VIRGINIA SERVICE W 5779 

At a superior court of law held for Buckingham county Friday 

28 Septenbor 1819, Ishmaol Bailey a resident of th s county 

states 17 Feb 1777 he entered for two years under Vnin uioscley 

First Lieutenant in Gaot Charles Flemings Gorapany of the 

7th Va regiment on Continental ostablishment in t he Revolut on 

and was commanded by Several Colonels, the last of i/rtno^ was Col 

Nelson, that he sor.ed two years and was dlscliargod by Gen. 

Vi/bodford in F^b 1779 at Valley F^rge camp near Philadelphia 

that his dischar.,0 - •: 3 ::ocn lost, that ho was at the battle of 

Brandywine and Gcrraantovifn, that he is age about 70, 

affidavit of iJiletus Brown stt-t-a he is acqu,:iinted vd-th 

the soldier. His pension certificate issued No 17645 

- that he has a wife named JULINA aged 65, or 66 

Widow Julina Baioly made application 7-8-1840 

a^e 78; that she was married to Ishmael Bailey in summer of 

1784, and he died on or about 1st June 1833. Affidavit of 

John Ayres in Budcingham Co Va stating he has boon well 



Virginia Service poxisioiij Page 102 

continued pension of Ishmal " ,- ..^ey and widow Julina 

- acquainted with Ishmaol Bf,iley deceased and his wife Julin 

Julina, since year 1795, that they then lived together as 

mand and wife and had throe children, . affidavit of 

50 

Nancy Mosoly, states sho was acquainted with them for year 

years ti.! the present 

the following is a deed; 

This Indenture msd the 15 Nov 1785 between Ishmael 
Bailey and his v;ife Julint;r of the one part and Matthias 
Nicholas of tijc othjr part, witnessoth that the said 
Ishnicol Ba^.ljy doth bargain and sell unto said Matthias 
Nicholas J &r.d 7:. in in consideration the sum of forty pounds 

- sell certain tr. ct lying in Buckingham, on tho north side 
of Slato river and bouna ' ;. follows, viz; boginng at tho 
mouth of toms branch, on rivur, thence down the river to 
the line of J-aies Goss, thcnco on that line almost a 

N.;;. course to John Hntchcr's lino ; thcnco on the said 

Hatcher's line to the beginning. TO HAVE Al^D HOLD 

50 acres more or less, -— At a court held for Buckingham 

Cc 15 Nov 1785, this indenture was aisknowledged by Ishaol 

and Julina "Sariley nis wifo and ordered t*-) be recorded, 
she ucving first been privately exar;;ined as tho law direct 

(C^RTIFICATii OF Pii,.SIOA PRO:.. T.:^ V^^.R DEPARTivji,r^T FOR FIVE Yd. 

YEi--RS i?ii:SIOiI. I certify that in conf jr.tiity with the Act 
of Julv 7 1338, Juliana Briloy of 7a wdo of Ishara Bailey 
deceased who was a pri- ato in the RqVo died 1833 is 
entitled t. receive five years pension at rate of o25 and 9"" 
._97 cents [,'^i' annura co>ri:uencing 4th Hnreh 1836. 



Pago 103 
VIRGINIA PENSIONS 

EPHRAIM SIZElviORE Ai^ID VlttWNEY SIZEMORE 
R 9625 

He applied in Spartonaburg District, South Carolina 

6 Mrj?ch 1833 ago 85, states ho entered ser.ico under Capt 

Ja-.ies Anderson in the drafted militia for six months, 

in Mccklingburg Cj Va, and marched to Cobhara and thence to 

a place called Sleepy hrlo on Jr-nes river, and marched to 

Portsmouth, wr-ro he renaincd until my time had expired 

and rogulcrly .Use r-cd by uapt James i^derson. In the fall 

of 1780 I again onucrci service as a draft from three months 

under Capt Henry Socars in rosinunt under Col Jos Phelips 

and marched to Salabory N C rnd thoro appointed one of guard 

for prisoners ordered to Vn and inarched with the said prisoners 

to the Va line, whore they v/ero doliv©rod to anot..:!r guard 

and I v/as shcrtlery afterwards discharged . - states 

"I V/AS BORN IK SOUTH CAROLINA but have no evidence of the 

date. I lived in uecklinghburgh C" Va when I wont into the 

sorvice and have lived in S C o\Gr 40 years. 

The widow V/inncy Sizomoro api^.llo-] in Soartanburgh 

District '" C 23 rlcy 1839 states she was m^-rried to Epliraim 

Sizenore ab^ut 15 Lay 1775, t .at he died 5th iapril 1836 

. Affidavits "f Stephen Slaomore ana Iviargory Sizomoro in 

Spartonburgh D\3t ?. strte they arc well acquainted with 

Winnoy Sizonoro. - i»iur£cri Sizeinore and Vfa vVhoeler fetate 

that L;:hraii;i and winney br^ugiit up a family, tnat they were 

of good character. Affidavit of Honry Green in Spartanburghb 

Dist S C 1838 was acquainted with thora and knew they married 

before the torruination of the Revolutionary war and before 

Ephraim hod concluded his service in the Revolution 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS Page 104 

ISHiJ;: Bill LEY OP Vii SERVICi, S 12965 
He applied in .^nawha County Va 14 May 1833. o resident of 
Pocatalllco in s^^ia cour.ty age 78. That he entered aer^•ice in 
1777 at that time .. .-s a citizen of ALBEIiiARLE CO VA, entered 
as a drafted militiaman in conunny of Capt Landon Jones 
and Lieut Jcmes Woods, and 'wvas narched to Williamsburg and 
thenco to York and thence to Campton, thence back to York and 
to Williamsburg, the said company being chiefly employed 
upon the Soa-Board watching any approaches of the enouiy. 
&: iv.arched several places * Company v/as attached to pirst Va 
Regiment, under General Nelson he thihks. About a month after 
his diaclTarge he was again drafted into a company by Capt 
Jno Harris and Lt Ralph thonias and sci^ved another tern 
- Capt Harris's company was attached to the same regiment 
to Tsiiich Capt Jones had belonged and was employed in similar 
services. He was again discharged at Richnond - about 10 
days after this his 2nd discharge he was drafted into a company 
under C„pt Leek on ..: J )hn iici/Vharton- a short time after his 
3rd discharge he was again draftorl intc' service, but he has 
forgotten name of Capt of f-.o c-r.-^any to which he belonged. - 
Ho was with the troops who chased tho British forces en Board 
their ships at Ja.nestown. THe company to which he belonged had 
been undttcd v/ith the main body of tho iimorican Army under 
Marquis LaPayetto.. '/dlliaiii Bailoy and Fleming Cobbs of 
Kanawha Co Va 1833 were acquainted with soldier.. 



VIRGINIit PENSIONS Pago 105 

HENRY BAILEY OP VIRGINIA SERVICE S 8053 
Vvhile he was rosidlng In SUSSEX COUNTY VA, enlisted and so 
served 2 months as a sergeant in Capt Grey Judkins Va company 
He onlisted 1778 and served 4 months in Ccl Dfivid Mason's 
Va ro^iiuont. He enlisted in fall of 1780 an 3 scr od as a 
lieutonant four months in Capt Sylvenus BELL'S Va company. 
Ho enlisted 2-25- 1781 anl ser-od until r.pr 25, 1781 
in Cnpt Lawrence Smith's company. Col Parker's Va re .iment 
ad was in several skirr'is.'ics . He was allowed pension on his 
application exccutG^^. Dec 6 1832, while a resident of Sussex 
Co Va age 76. He died Jan 3 1843 ^ leaving one child and 

s^mo grandchil.:ro-. , no naincs being stated, nor the name 
of wife is not static. 

MAI'IOAH BAILEY OP VIRGINIA SERVICE # R381 
He applied in STOKES COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA OCTOdER 17,1823 
That he the said ivianoah or NOAH Bailey enlisted for three 
years in the regular amy 1776 , enlisted under C pt John 
Nicholas in CU.vIBE RLAIvT) CCUi^ITY VA and w as station or 
attached to the Pirst Va Regiment under Col John Gibson, that 
he continued in this regiment until General Washington's 
army was stationed at -.liddlebrook, where he enlisted during 
the v/ar . Thst he was in the battles at tho Red Banks at 
Brandywine, jbri^iantown, j onraouth; t at after the battle at 
Camden, ho v/as n^iarched yo tho south under Col Gj.een and 
jojlned General urr.it army before tho battle at Guilford. He 
was in that battle. in the battle at Eutaw Springs whore he 
was wounded. He has only one child, his wifo is dead 



VIRGINIA PilNSIOrTS: continued pension Page 106 

of Manoah or Noah B^llcy 

that his child is a son age about eleve . In 1824 Oct 28 

said Stokes Co K C ho applied again states he enlisted for seven 

seven years In 1326 ho applied again in Stokos Go N C 

age then 76 ; stated he was working for one £11 Furgaaon . 

Tnct he has one son about 14 . 

-;ir * * •> 4* ■«• -M- -:!• -it -it ik -> -)t ii J'A- 

NOAH BAILbiY OR BAYLEY OP VIRGINIA. Ss^BMlQh 
S 6556. His ago at application stotos he was born in 

Cunborland Co Va 1749 no family data. He applied in 

Stokes county North Car-'lina, 1832 Sopt 12 
ago 82- ststos he enlisted under Daniel Jdinson, an ensign 
at Willio:nsburg, Va, v±ion he was age 18, his captain was John 
Nichols and Lt R.:bt Sanders, ho enlisted for threo years and 
marched from iiKilliair.aourg to Alexandria undor Colo Go'rgc 
Gibson and ht v,'as inoculated with the smal - pox and sonio 
tiine after joinod headquarters Smoky Canp, that General 
Muhlenberg com andod t .o brigade of the First Regiment in which 
ho enlisted and rnarc:-.od from thence to the valley fort and 
there took winterquartcrs - and vras in battle of Ir.hiteplains 
under Gen Georgc Washington, then to the Redbank ford at the 
capturing of the HSSSIOa'S and frcn there to the battle of 
Gerniant.wn, near Phila. then the battle of brandyvTinc from there 
to ri. ni'-iouth, all which battles he fought and sometiaie after 
when at Sch olkill in Penna enlisted during the war under Col 
Gibson and riinrchd to Petersburg Va, and transferred to Colo 
Green regiment of the 6th rv^gi.usnt of infantry, then marched to 
Hillsboro, N C and joined G^n Green's army, t at after his dia- 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS. l^OiiH BAILEY CONTINUjiD: Pago 107 

ch-r^e he returned home to his father's i-^ Cumberland C^ Va 

where he resided until about seven years ago, when he emigrated 

to the county of STOKES N C, where he now resides, 1832. 

T-iat ho never recolvod lord b:unty or pay for his serbicos 

except the bou: -cy when ho enlisted and that there is 

no person living in the county of Stokes that can testify as 

to his service -^s o soldier. 

■5} * ■«• * -it * 4fr H: -if -;;- -;:- -> •»■ * ^t * * * 

JA^vIES BAILE.. 0? VIxRGINIA SERVICE S 6577 

States, I, James Bailey of Surr; C-unty M Virginia do certify 

that I was a soldier in the Revolutionary war, until the siege 

at Little York was over and Cornwallis taken prisoner, my 

services in the war' wore as follows; I was enrolled under Capt 

Vfc Bailey, a militia captain, of Surry Co Va, sometime 1779 

and in November the same year, was called out under Ca;Pt \'M 

Hart, into actual ser ice and served a tour of six weeks duty, 

and in 1780, I served two more tours of duty under Capt John H. 

Cooke or Cocke, tne fatzier of the present General John H. 

Cocke and in 1781 I wont under Capt Hart again, Iviarch or April 

and was under hi-: in the battle of Petersburg, General Muhlenberg 

being our conr.;: dor, vi th 3or.o other field officers, we returned 

or retreated to t dial Pits. I was then put undor Capt Vaughn, 

and was undor hin ./.... - Gonoral LaPayotto came from the North 

and received us, which ho did . :. SHOCKEK HILL at Richmond and 

took coiimand of all our army, th^ro I stayed until about first 

June when I was called down in tho lower array, commanded by Col 

Parker, Col Wills and Col Blunt, which was to dog the enemy In 

that quarter and keep them from pillage and plunder. I served 

^-^ ^r ^'y.^.v of dv.tj u-ier Cqpt Willi- FO^or^and was diricha? o-ed 



Pago 108 
VIRaiNIA PENSIONS: KK J^JviES B.^ILEY OP VA S 6577 continued; 

this tlmo or tour of duty under C^pt Willis Wilson and was 
discharged sometinic in July and about the last of Aug or first 

of Sept I was called cut under Caot Leramuel Cooke? but his wifv, 
wife was taken very sick and he returned. I was then put 
under Cai.t VvILLIiiii BAILEY, Major i/Villiara Boyco an old Continen- 
tal officer, c...:iincndod and carried us over the river to 
WILLIAiviSBtjRG, thoro v/c joined the army of Gen. LaPayetto agnin. 
and waited under ', command and for Gen & Washington, at this t 
time I was called on, an oxpod?ltion on the head of York River 
where we had a sharp skimish with a British Barge, of about 
50 men, that was in share? afterwards lookout boat, we had a 
Lieutenant and 17 men, wo beat the Bcrge off, and saved our 
boat, on our return bcclc to the main ariny we found General 
Vfcshington was coT.e fron the north - we ii-nmed lately marched 
dcwn to Little York and after storming two of t he cneruy rodou 
rodcute? or off forts and farming a ser ice or smicircle 
intorraarch or mount round the town, planning batteries at 
proper places, began a siege, which lasted while the 17th 
of Oct, when G-rnwallis surrendered and on the 19th they 
caine out and gove up their arms. I was in 60 or 70 years of 
General Washingt n v/hen the flag caiae out to him, for my dutj 
assigned cie was in ~ . ■- inner intrenchmohts, nearest the enemy 

- I was discharged in a fc;v days r.ftcr the surrender and 

Senior 

returned home. THOMAS EnILi;Y/l832 appeared before 

Charles H Grange J t and '-.rdo octh he was in the war of the 
Revolution and recollects that James Bailey of Surry Co Va was 
in the amiy and served two tours of six weeks each and at York 
t 'ViTi Va cf tv/o months when Lord C-rnwallis surrendered. 



Page 109 
VIRGINIA PjiNSIONS: IvIiiRTIN BiilLEY OF: BALEY 

iii.D SUSANNAH BialLiiY OR BALEY of 

VIRGINIA Ai\D L'OP.TH C.iROLINA SER^ICj. R 394 

On tiie -o'. day June 1851 in MONROE COUNTY KY. 

before Justice of Peace, Jrarlsh Sima;, for said county and 

state personally appeared SUSAI\'NA?I Bi^ILEY age then 85 

resident of Monroe Co Ky , states she was born and raised in 

C^OLIFE COUNTY VIRGINIA; tl;iat she married Martin Bailey in 

SURREY CO NORTH CAROLINA, on 7th July 1784 by Cager Clarke a 

raagistrato, and that her maiden name was SUSAlfrlAH JROBINSOU 

- that hor husband Martin Bailoy died in ivlonroo Co Ky 22 

Juno 1826, that tho following are the only surviving children 

of said Martin Bailoy and horsolf, to wit: Patsy Bailey 

ago 60, NANCY LESTER age 55, LEHIGH BAILEY age 50, and 

John P Bailoy, a:.o 47. states sho was acquainted v/ith hor 

said husband from the timo of her earliest recollection and 

that he sorvod in tho Revolution in Va Militia. That he 

volunteered and turned out to serve 14 different tours. 

and received 14 written discl-arxcs, which she has seen, but 

arc now all lost, except one, from Capt Jeremiah Upshaw 

and dated Ccr line Co Va March 8 1781. and x knows he sorvd 

two years; that sho x was age 18 when she married, and he 

was age 75 at date of his death. ■'>*-8^ TliE PAivilLY BIBLE RECORDS 

FILED ARE AS POiiOViJS: SUSAlMi A ROBINSOIT married July 17 

1784. Francis Bdey was born kay 6, 1785 

VilILLI^:- BAII^Y WAS BORI>I 28 E^b 178 ^papor torn 

EDbiON E^ILEY 7/AS BORN 27 F b 1739 

PATSEY BAILEY V/AS BORN Apr 9 1791 

AXKKX SUSA1-:KAH ST ATOM? BORI^; So-.t 2, 1793 

NANCY ? 3i.ILEY WiS 30R r'^rch 28 1796 

WINSTCN BAYLjiY WAS B0xR:\ SErT 9 1790 continued 



VIRGINIA PENSIONS Page 110 

kartin Bailey and Susannah continued 

BIRTHS OF T-i-IR ChlLDHE: 

LEHIREY BAILFi was born 3-1- 1801 

Joh^ P» Bailey was born Jan 14 1804 

(ON TliS BaCk op this fAGE IS THE FOLLOWING:) 

EDV/ARD K iiicMillian was born May 24, 1724 or 1824 

John F Bailey was born April 7 1822 

A. A. Bailey was bom hay 10 1819 

STaTE op KY: MONROE CO ON TPIIS 13 Juno 1851 

appeared Hiram Bpiley and iirchibald Mcivlillan, residents 

of Monroe Co Ky, being duly sworn states the above bible 

records ane genuine of i.^artin Bailey deceased and that the same 

was taken from the old family bible bearing date 1768 

that Martin Bailey died in Monroe Co Ky 22 Juno 1826, that he 

left widow Susannah a^^e 85. 
-;.-5i-^ -:i- * ^> « % -jt -:;-!*• -)$• ■«• ■«•-;*****•«• -Sf-K- 

JaivIES BaILEY S 2945 of Virginia service 

Ho applied in V/ASHINGTOII COUr.TY OHIO 25 October 1832 person- 
ally appeared before Judge of ccart of co-jnon pieas^ said 
Jamos Bailey a resident of Roxbury township. Vfcshington C_^ Ohio ■ 
a£;e 81, that he enlisted under Capt Thomas Uol or Ewol, Lt 
Charles Uel or Ewol of First RcgiTicnt of Va, State troops under 
command of Col G^orgo Gibson, in the fall of 1776, for throe yrs 
in the tcwn of Dumfries, and did duty in this town until 17th 
March 1777, tncn ato.rted for kVillicmsburg on decinlin, remained 
there till 6th Jane dring regimnental duty from there we went 
to Alexandria (outlines duty) r.nd returned to my regiment 1778 

a call for volunteers t^ storm Stony Point - I then 

turned out and wcijt under Ggnl i'v'ayne and took the fort. 



VIRGINIA PiiNSIOiX'S JAivaiS BAILEY CONTINUiLD: Page 111 
STATiiS :£ti V/AS BORl'J IN PRINCi VillLLIAl»l COUNTY VA NEAR THE 
CITY OP DLTriPRIES 0CT0Bi2,R 1751. My age was recorded in a 
book called "CHRIST Trui; CHRISTIA'-J' S LIFE" which was lost wh 
while I was in tht; array. iv:y three years service experie- 

nce in th- fall cf 1779 but we were ordered to tako priaonfirs 
which wore taken "t Stony Point, we marched as far as 
Hagorstown, karyulnd where wo were detained by a fall of 
snow very deep for about 5 weeks; when some militia 
were received . or raised, I think by a Ccl Live? 
vrtio took charge of the ^-risoners relieved us when we marchd 
to Alexandria and were discharged. iifter my discharge I 
lived in FAIRFAX COUNTY VIRGINIA. I then removed to 
PRINCE VVILLIAivi CO VA lived there nine years. I ten removed 
to near FREDERICKSBURG VA whore I lived about ten years, I 
then rcDiovod to OHIO and have lived in iu/J?IETTA in 
WARREN TOWNSHIP and in the township of VVOOSTER now called 
V/ATERTOl/VN , and Roxbury whore I now live and x always in 
the county cf i/feshington for 28 or 29 years. One Daniel 
or David B&iloy .r BarBiory v/itnessod his signature 



INDEX TO VOCU: E a, VIRGINIA PENSIOMS 
ABBETT, T Wr<s 67 
Abrahams, lt Morde^ u 

ADAMS, Samuel G 46 
AILSHITE, Henry 47 
ALEXANDRIA VA 83 
ALLIS0^I, John 8 3 
ALLEN, David 72 
ANDERSON, Robert 74 
ARCHEK, John 65 
ATKINSON, ARCHI8ALD 48 

POLLEY 57 
AYRES, JOHN lOl 

baley ok sailpt' or bayley 

A A I 10 

ANSaLOM 100 -99 ANSELEM 99 

I 01 

Absalom iOi 

ANN 38 OK DAILE 
ARMSTEAD 79 

Abraham 8i- 
bENJAMiN 67 -"^O 
Betsey 87 -67 
Betsy a 36 
Blane 67 

C. A. 59 
Call AM 84 

David III 

Daniel 1 1 i 

Edmon 109 

El I SNA 56-57-59-60- 56 



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BALEY: BAILEY OR BAYLEY 



Francis 109 
George 59 
HENRY Clinton 59 
H C T 60 

Hannah 56 

HETTY 67 

HIRAM I 10 -67 
HENRY C 59 -105 

H. C. 59 

H.L. 60 
I SHAM 104-101 

ISHMACL IOI 



Kate 59 

JAWIES 79-81 -I 08-1 07-1 I I -110 
87 

J(yNE 55 

JOHN 56- 56-54-55-47—86-87-88 
John P iiO 

JONATHAN 79 

John 56-55- 
J M &0 

Joseph 82 

JULINA lOl 
LENICH 109 
LEHIREY llO 

LUCINDA 79-86- 
Lucinoa S 87 
Manoah 105-106 
Mary 86-56-55. 
Martin Luthetv 59 
Martha Jane 86 -87 
Martha L 36 -lOO 
Margaret 80 



Martin 



• 109 



Nancy 87-78-109 -^°--59 

Noah i 06 -i07— 106 

M. 59 

Moses 58 



Elizabeth 65 
BfllLY R80 



Index to Vol 2 Va Pensions 

BAILEY? BALEY A!^D bAYLEY 
PaTSEY 109 
PETER 93-91- 

PRESLEY 79 

POULY 67 
POLLY L 57 
Philip 90 



Rebecca iOO 
Reuben P 86 
Rheoben P 87 
R I CHAR* 93-89-90-94- 

ROBERT 54 



Salley 37- 109 -86- 

Samuel 87 -86 

Saluda Walker 79 

Samuel 6 67 

SaRah 'Wilkerson 79 

Sophia 8I 

Stanton i09 

Susannah i09- lOO-liO 

Susan ShephaRD 79 
Susan 86 
Stephen 83 

Sarah 84-86- 

SlwioN 83 

Southy 91 

South 91 

Terry 67 

Thomas H. 9l 

Thomas T 57 

Thomas 95-82— 8 1 -83-91 -1 08 

Thomas >J 9l 



Page 113 
BAILEY BALEY AND BAYLDC 

William 83-79-80-85-86-84-^ 

1 09-87— TO— 78— 88-56-55 
107—88—108- 

W ILL I AM R 59- 

V;iNSTON 109 
WYATT 79 

Barbery, David | I I 

BARBED, Edward 9j 

BaRnett, Jawes 64 

BATES, Thomas 84 

BALL, David 99 

Thomas 79 
BECKER, Samuel 22 
BELL, Robert 78 

Sylvanus |05 

BLACKWELL, John 99 

BLUNT, BENJAMIN 67 
BOGGS, Davis 89 
BOYD, Lucy 55 

BLAND, FREDERICK Col 4i 

BOMWELL, 'Wm 50 

BOLEY, JOHN 58 

BOLES, David 58 

BOCNE, Old Daniel 4l 

BOONE'S STATION 36- 

BOONESBORC 37 

BOYCE, 'William MaJOR 1 08 

60YKIN, ARTHUR 67 

BC'VAIER , John Col 32-33 



INDEX TO VOL 2, Virginia Pensions 

BRANT, JOHN 7 

Brent, John 7 

BRanston, Thomas 5 40 

BRITT, JOHN i7 
BRITTAIN, George 98 

BRAVET, BENJAMIN 94 
BROCK, George A 4- 
BROWN, Miletus iOi 
BROWN, James 75 

CHAPPELL, Carroll Fleming, iOO 

Calvert, Elizabeth 66 
Mary 66 
MaRGa 

CHRISTIAN, JNO H 99 

CLOPTON, John B lOO 

CLARK, Susan 8i 

George Rogers 37 
CAVE, Thomas 47-48 

Mary C 48 

Mary CaThaRI ne 48 
CARRINGTCN;?, Edward 74 
CLOUGH, Richard Col i2 
COLE, Mary 63 
COMBS, John 63 
COLVIN, ANDREW 98-96 
COLlINS, Rebecca 60 

THOMAS SR. |5 



Page I |4 

COOKE, LEMMUEL Capt 108 

JOH'N H 107 
COX, Wm R 75 

Gale 42 
CRIGHT, Haman CAfT 1 1 
CRUf.'P, Abner, Capt 99 
DABNEY, Robert A 3-4 
DANDRIDGE, Spotswooo, Capt 4i 
DARKE, John 84 
DAVIS, hector 77 
DEATOl-i, LUCY 61-62 
DeHaven, ElUabeth 43 
DE LaFayette, Marquis 74 

DICK, ALEXANDER CaPT 34 

DICKINS, FRANCIS A 19-20 

DILLARD, James 64 

DILLEN OR DILLON, Behwamin I 

Henry 2-3-4-5<-4 



Jacob 3-4- 

DOuGLASS, 7/ 96 
DOWDY, Martin 62 



DRury, Robert Capt 50 
DUKE, Edward 84 
DUNBAK, David 9 
DYKE, Thomas 8l 
DYER , Benja.viin 8 1 
EOvlUNDS, Ell I AS 63 
EDfi/iUNDS, William 67 
ELLIS, MiLLY 23 
ELLIOTT, Samuel 72 



INDEX TO VOL 2, V -ions 

Emory, Elizabeth 4^ 
Epperson, Richard 46 
EPPS, JOHN 74 
EUBANKS, JOHIJ 8 -7 

Elizabeth 8 -7 ' 

Alfred 7 

James 7 

John T 8-7 
John 7-8 
William 7 

Wm H 8 

Sarah 7 

Katharine 8 
EVE, JOSEPH 96 
EWEL, Thomas Capt i iO 
Wm, PaIne,Holt,& Charles 88, 

FALKNErJ, J 72 

FAUNTLEROY, S G I 5 

FOGG, Elizabeth (Eubanks) 7 
3- 12 
James i2 -i 0-15-9-7 

FREDERICK lO 

Alfred 7 

John 7 

William 7 
FLCvlING, Carroll 1 00 

Charles 84-i0i 
FRANCISCO, Peter iOO 
FRENCH, Judy 2 



Page ||5 

GAiMN, OR Gan, N aim an 69 -70 

SaRah S 69 
ThomaS 70-71 
GAY, Han NAN i7 

Th oma s 57 

PEGGY 57 

GASS, David, Caht 39 

GAMBRILL, L V 45 

GARVIN, Thomas i6 

GIBSON, George 99 -I lO 
104-88 
John |05 

GILL, Wm 92 

GILES, Sarah I Pope 2i 

GILLIAM, HoBERT 74 

GILMAN, Edmond 77 

GOSS, James |02 

GODFREY, K/iATHE* 75 

GOCDALL, Chrbles P 77 
GRAHAM, David 86 
GREEN, HENRY 1 03 

Thomas 53 

GRIDER , Kebekah 43 

GRANGE, ChaRl es H I 08 

GRISHAM, JOHN 14 

GRRVES, Thomas 8i 

GRIFFITH, Mary 47 

GRIM, Jacob 76 

GRIS, John Ensign 5l 

GRISHAM, John I I 

GROVES, Elijah 72 



INDEX TO VOLIA/.E 2, VA PENSIONS 
GRULiBLY, Daniel 1 6 

GUS, HENRY, COL 39 

GUNN, James i6 

GWINN, ANDREW 67 
Hall, SuSaio 35 
HALL, ELiZAdE-m 67 

Wm 75 
HANCOCK, JOHiv 54 

HARRISOiN, dEtMj 63 
Michael 69 
Will I AM 39 -90 

HASKINS, Creed 74 

HANSARD, John jr 75 

HARRELSON, Elizabeth M A 93 

HARRIS, JNO 104 

HANSFORD, Felix G 75 

HART, Aaron 82 

HARROD, '.Vm 32 

HATCHER, John i 02 

HAYS, Alexander 42 

JOHN 42, 41 
HEISKELl, John Peter 76 
HENRY, P;, trick 76 
HQmDRICk, Gustavus 7 

SaRah 7 
HENDERSOI^,W(vi 92 

James 73 

HENRY, Patrick l3-i4 

HENINGER, Sophia 8l 

Charles 8i 
Henkel, Andrew or Amoros 7* 



Page 116 

HICKS, ISAAC 54 

Benjamin 54 

HICKMAN, VVm 82 

HEJ\JRY 

HICKORY NECK CHURCH New Kent/ 
County Va I 5 

HILOe^BRAND, Mary 66 

HI GOON, JOSERH 90-91 

HILL, Ed*aRO Young 73 

Hanna 73 

GREEN 63 

Nancy 87 

Thomas Major 7 
HOLMES, JOSEPH 76 
HOLDff} , JOHN 32 
HOLDEN, JOHN 39 

OR HOLDER 

HOLLOWAY, James 29 

HOLCOLVi, JOHN 55 

HORtt 

HORN, EDWARD 28- 2fe 

HORN, Aaron 39-3^ 

El I J AH 28 

Christopher 4i 

Nancy 28 

Susan A 28 -3§ -35 
Matthias 35 
Ralph 34 
Robert 34 
Elizabetvi 4; -26 

ABAIL 26 
ANDREW 27 



INDEX TO VOL 2 VA PENSIONS 
HORN, Aaron 4i 

GEORGE 4+- 38 

Ralph 34 

Matthias 35 -4i 

Susan il ^5 

JEREMI ah 31 TO 33 
Mary 31 t. 33 
Jacob 26 

HENRY 26 

jOHivi 26 

Nancy 26 

Katharine Sheets Zi 

Edward 26 

Th om as 42 

vVlLLl Ar^^ 3l» 

H&RSELEY, LUC IN DA 79 
HOSKINS, Creed 75 
HOSKINS, Samuel 9 

HOUSE, Lawrence 55 -83 

HOUSTON, Sa-.'uel Rev 28 

HOWRD, aiSHA 42 

HOV/ARD, bE.MJ,-.-iiu 96 

JaVIES 97 

John 97 

Thomas 97 
HUB6ARD, Ralph 46 
HUDGIN, Robert 49 
HUGHES, JOHN (6 



Page 1 17 
IRVING, Rev 87 

JACKSON, JOHN 12 

ElISha 1 2 

John i2 John 'W l2 -1 5 

Katharine i2 -i5 

William i2 -i5 
JAMISON, Martha 59 
JOHNSON, Robert 87 

D AN I EL 1 06 

JOHNSON 

JOHNSTON, Mary C 46 

'iViLLlMi 73 

JOuES, Eldon, Dr 73 

Elijah E 73 

aiiLY 72 

H Sr. 73 
Hark ison 73 

Gideon 48 

Jane 72 
John P 73 
JOSEPH 72 

MILLY 72 

LUCY 72 

Nancy 72 

MILLEY 72 

V/ILLI AM 72 

JUDKINS, GRAY 83 
KELLER, FREDERICK 9l 
KELLY, Samuel Rev 37 
KENNEDY, Ja.ViES L 4 



INDEX TO VOLJiE 2, Va Pensions 
KEMPERi, Nancy 63 
KING, Martha h.RS 76 

Miles 76 

Jessee 95 
KIRK, Thomas i8 
KOONTZ, JOHN, Kev 47 

Lafayette, mar^uis i04 

LAN URN, JOSEH 36 

MAR-mA L 86 
LAHY, JOHN 48 
LEEK, Joseph 65 
LEGAR, Joseph 53 
LEFTWITCH, Augustine 5i 
LEONARD, JOHN 30 

Edy 30 

LESTB^ , Nancy 1 09 

LEtJlS, ANDREW 96 

LINES, Henry I I 

LITTELL, James 76 

LOCK, OR Locke, Jaw:es 74 

LOGAN, dEnjamin 32, 40 

LONGEST, oa'.:es i4 
J oh N I 3 - 1 4 
Elizabeth i4 

KIchard i3 

LOVE, M/vRK 54 

LOVING, John 90 

LYNE. ^Wm Coloi^jel 1 5 



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McMILLlAN, Edward K I 10 
McWHORTER, JOHN LT 104 
MCCARTY, Edward 38 

McGERRY, HUGH 32 

;;,cConnell, Robert H 80 
McDowell, James 27 
McCann , James 76 
■JcMiLLiN, Mary 66 

r/ClWlLLAN, ARCH I BALD j 10 

McFreman , Wm R 90 

MARTIN, Alexander 86 

ADAM 66 -67 - 

Anna 6i-63- 

AZ*RICH 64-65 

BENJAMIN 61-63 

Benja'VIN H 63 

Betsey 63 

David 65 -67 -66 

Elizabeth archer wdo 65 -66 

Elizabeth 6| 

Fan\y 6i 

HENRY 63 -66 

John 65-61-63 

Lewis 66 

f/ARY 66-61- 67 

iVlARY iv, 66 

LETTY 63 

Lucy 61-64-65 
Nancy 63 -66 

Stephen 62 
NaTham 63 

Susannah 6i 

Th oma 5 6 1 
ThomaS L 6 1 

LIBERTY B 64 

Lucinda 63 
Rebecca 63 

J/'NE 66 
JEHEIDA 66 



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Index to Vol. 2, Va . ;Pensions 
MARTIN, MOAB 65 

Jonathan P 66 

Robert N 66 

JOrj&THAN 67 

RobekT M ^1 

William 65 

JOSEPH GEiNiERAL 6 

Thomas 88 

MASON, David 105 

MAGER, Wm 5 

WATTHEW3, bBORGE Col ^c 

^iATTHEW, Tom 9 

MATTHEWS, ^^eorgp Col 4i 

MATTHEWS, Thos 52 

MARSHALL, Thos. Colo 52 
MILLER, Wm 65 
MITCHELL, ABRAHAM 67 

DANIEL 5i 

MASTINdURGH, John Capt 89 

MORGAN, Simon 78 

GENERAL 76 

MORRISON , Andrew S 75 
MOORE, JESSE 95 
MOSB-Y, Nancy i 02 
MYRICK, Owen 67 
MUSICK, Nancy A 66 



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NELSON, Vi/M 10-68 
Colonel 

NEI^L, JOHN 47 

NEWBY , Nancy 78 
NEV/Sa'E, VvM 68 -VI 

Mary 67-68 
NEWTON, BENJAMIN 2l 
NICHOLAS, JOHN 105 

MaTThIas j02 
NCLEN, MILLY E 2| 

PARISH, Sah»RIck 92 
ShaORick 
John 86 

JOLLY 34- 
HUMPHREY 84 

PARR IS, C. D, 4 

PATTERSON, VAfl 42 

Nathan 6l 
PAXTON, Capt Jamfs 28 

PETTY , JoHi'. 53 

PENDLETON, Philip Capt 9 

PENN, Abraham Col. it I 

PERKINS, JOHN 84 

PEYTON, Valentine Capt i7 

PHILLIP, f. atthew 86 

PARTTACK, JOHN 75 

PATRICK, F 75 

PARSONS, James 60 

PATENSON , Em I L I A 72 

PIKLE, ISAAC 61-62 



INDEX TD VOL 2, Va pensions 
PICKETT, f/ARTlN 63 

Wm 63 
PIKLE, ISAAC 61-62 
POOR , Wv, I I 
POLLY on :Pett>-, John 53 

POPE, bENJAMliM 23 

Eaton 23 

John 24 -22 -:i. 

GlNNEY 23 

Thomas 24 _2j-23 -25 
Math I AS 23 -i 9 
MiLLY Ell I s 23 

LEONARD 23 

Leonard C 2i 
Vinson 23 
Nathaniel 2i 
Charlotte 2i_ 23 

David 22 

Jane 77 Stricklin 2i 

SaRah I 21 
Sally 23 
THor^s W 2 1 -25 

Thomas 2i 

POLLARD, JOHN J APT I 5 

Posey, Thomas .. ^l 88 

PORTER , Mai^c^A'^et 5: 

David 80 

PRICE, J(;v.ES 58 

PR INGLE, Thomas Si r 34 

PROCTOR, POLLY 35 

Joseph 35-37-40 

POINDEXTER, John l 99 



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PULIMAN, BaRNETT 92 
PURNELL, JOSEPH 72 
PUTNEY, Richard E 75 
(^UARLES, Mary 3i 
RAIDER, Edmono 73 
REASON, P C 40 -" 
REEVES, Wm i7 

REID, JONATHAN 64 

r<£YNOLDS, Van B 75 
RICHARDS, Felix 49 
RICHARDSON, Holt, Col. lO 

Th owa s 58 
ROBERTS, John A 60 
ROBINSON, o 52 
ROBINSCN, Susannah i09 
RODES, LUCY 64 
Charles 64 
ROGERS, James 87 

George 65 
ROSS, HUGH 64 

ADAM 79 
RUFF IN, JOHN 54 

Dan I EL 75 
RUiNi.>.ELi_S, JOHN 76 



Index to Vol 2, Va Pensions 

Sanders, Robert i06 

SAUNDERS, 3 I 3 

SALMON 

SAUION, JOHN Capt 1 

SCAGGS, Chahles 57 

SCOTT, Walter 53 

SCARBOROUGH, uOhu i6 

SEARS, JOHN Capt i b- i <+ 
SEARCY, BaRTlett 92 
SEGAR, Joseph 53 

SEVIER, John 70 

SHAFF0?, Benjamin A i8 

Frederick i8 

SHELTOrNl, LiFES, Capt II 

SH Elton, c lough 88 

S^'ITH, John A .7 79 

Lawrence 83 -i05 
SOUR, Philip 48 
SPROUSe, Sally 86 
SPANGLEH, A3 3l 

Sylvester 61 

SPROUSE, S,'..L..v 37 

STEWART, ISAAC 42 

STEWARD, JAi^ES 7 1 

STOJKES 

STOKES, David 16 

STREGER, ..y 87 

STOVALL, Jonathan S 79 
Bartholomew 79 

STRICKLIN, JANE Vv 2| 

SHEETS, Katharine 26 



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SIZEMORE, EphraIm i03 
WaRGery i03 
Stephen i03 

WlNNEY i03 
SUMJERS, LEWIS 74-84 
TAYLOR, William 9i -76 
Joseph 92 

Christopher 69 

Francis 81 
TAZE.7ELL, HenRy 55 
■mOMPSONj J 74 
TH0^;AS, Ralph i04 
TiGNEB, Elizabeth 7 
TOLLY, Nancy 28 
TOWLES, Stople 7 or 77 

TOWNS, John Lieut 5 1 
TOWNSEMD , OSWALD 40 
TRir/BLE, V/w 70 
TRI PLETT, FRanci s 63 
TRWILLIAM, Thomas 77 
UEL, Thomas Capt i iO 



INOEX TO yOUWiE 2 Va PtusioNS 
VAUENTINE, ABRAHAM 43 

bCNJAUIN 43 

ElIZABCTH 43 

ElIzabcth A^JrJ 45 
Charles 45 -46-44 
Charles d 4u 44 

Charles FRftwci ^ 

Charles Henry 45 
Edward 49 
Hannah 45 
David 50 
LauRa Va 45 

I\/iaRy Ellen 45 
MaRy 45 -47 

Daniel Dennis 45 

Rebecca 45 

ISAAC 48 

John 45 -47 -48 

Jacob 49 -48 

JOSlAH 52 

LUKE 5i (colored) 

George W 46 

Mary 48 

MaRGaRft 52 

E. H. 43 
VANDEVER, John Lieut 38 
VOUN, Eliza 82 
WALLACE, AlEXa OER 75 
WALL, Michael 89 

Neal 82 



WALKER, John L 73 

Saluda 79 

HaRDRIOge 3i 

Thomas 85 

WASHINGTON, George i06 
WATkInS, John 95 
WATe^LEE, U. I . 60 
WEAKLEY, V;m 47 
WEBB, 

WEBBB^, Phillip C APT 5l 

WEBB, JOHN S 99 

WHITELEY, Elizabeh 67 

MusiCK 66 

Nancy A 46 
WHITE, Anthony 7 -l6 
Catharine i2 

Katharine i2 

Walton i6 
WHITEHEAD, OAMES 66 
WILLIS, Augustus $4 
WILKERSON, Sarah 79 
WILLIAMS, Richard R 74 

W GINNEY 23 

WILSON, James S 75-74 

Samuel 57 

William 75-76 
WKi H 76 
John 75 

JOSlAH 75 

Willis Capt i08 



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INDEX TO VOL 2, Va pensions 

WINN, James 63 YARBROUGH, WaRY 55 

WINDLE, John 76 YOUNG, Nancy 59 

WINGFIELD, V.V. 77 HaRvey 60 

WOODS, James i 04 



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